The company I recently started working for, Color Kinetics, has a "not bad" delivery portal.
Disclaimer: Only a couple items here are mine. All typos, weird wording, etc., originated elsewhere. ;- ) And on format: PDF is still classed as a "terminal format" in that it's relatively hard to modify. HTML, by comparison, is pretty easy to break if you don't happen to have the right mix of browser and add-ins loaded. Art On 4/18/07, Michael M?ller-Hillebrand <info at cap-studio.de> wrote: > Folks, > > we all know the benefits of creating and publishing books using > FrameMaker, especially since PDF creation is "mostly harmless". Also, > FrameMaker documents are a good source for HTML conversion processes, if > one follows the structure or template. > > A company with a lot of modules (software or hardware) nowadays usually > has a website where all the latest PDF files are available for download. > > But, wouldn't it be desirable to have all that information in HTML > format: better navigation options, more efficient search, search across > all modules. It seems to me HTML would be better for many tasks, but > printing. > > Have you seen such a (public) documentation portal? I am looking around > myself, but would be thankful for every link you can give me. > > Thanks a lot, > > - Michael > -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358