I am trying to add some initial tribal knowledge base topics before launch.
I currently have these topics in FrameMaker but I could get them into any format that works. I've done testing with Word and RTF and HTML and I'm not getting very good results. Does anyone out there have any tips?
Even when I enter the content from scratch I am having obstacle after obstacle with simple formatting such as indenting, numbering, alignment, etc. Can I get any tips around overcoming these issues?
You should get the best results by exporting as HTML from Framemaker and importing into the HTML tab of Lithium TKB's editor.
What are the problems you are facing when doing that? Are there certain specific layout elements that break during this import?
I am unclear on how to import the resulting HTML files into Lithium's TKB editor.
I start an article, then click the HTML tab.
Much appreciation for any help or guidance you may be able to provide!
Here's an example of the original FrameMaker file.
This is the best result I've been able to get (and the result of exactly the same steps varies).
Thank you for your detailed reply and the example. Since I'm not using Framemaker myself I wasn't aware of the fact that the HTML export is actually a HTML + CSS export. Indeed you won't be able to easily import this combination into a Lithium TKB since by default only a subset of HTML is allowed. See the detailed list of allowed HTML tags in the documentation.
Going forward there are a two ways I can think of approaching this: