I wanted to make it look nicer than the windows help engine.
The idea was to have a framed HTML page with the search engine part in the
left and the help file that has been selected in the right.
If you've used flash or dreamweaver before then that's the type of look I'm
going for. It just looks good and allows me to put in some nice animated
flash sequences.
Thanks for the help though.


"Miles Thompson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> If this is targetted at the Windows platform, why not use Windows own help
> engine ... htmlhelp, or something like that?
> If it's headed for the web, apologies.
> Miles Thompson
> At 04:17 PM 1/7/2002 +0000, Keith Hughes wrote:
> >Hi,
> >Completely new at this, so don't be too harsh.
> >I'm trying to create a help file system for a programme (much like the
> >files that you get with macromedia flash).
> >All the help files will be in HTML format and will be in an access
> >I need to search through the database with a search engine, and I assumed
> >that the best way to do this would be to use a combination of SQL and
> >Unfortunately I'm very very new to both. I have a basic grasp of SQL but
> >hardly any for PHP.
> >Could anybody give me any tips on how to get started or a link to any
> >tutorials?
> >Thanks for any help
> >
> >Keith
> >
> >
> >
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