ePublisher for Newbies – Adding Company Information

Posted on: November 19th, 2013

One of the easiest things in ePublisher to modify is the company information. In fact, you can do it with just four steps in Reverb: Go to the the Reverb target that you have created and then go to Target -> Target Settings Expand the Company Information pane and then click the in the Value […]

ePublisher Tips and Tricks – Reverb URL Search

Posted on: October 23rd, 2013

I am taking a break from my Newbies series this week to present a cool feature of which you may or may not be aware. Drumroll please: using the URL bar to search Reverb. It is simple, you type in your URL, in this case, I am going to to use our own help to […]

ePublisher for Newbies – Setting TOC levels

Posted on: October 14th, 2013

Part of any great help system is a Table of Contents (TOC) to help the user navigate through the topics. In this exercise we are going to use the project that we created from the last lesson, but add some navigability to the Reverb output by adding levels to our output. Let’s begin! 1.  Open […]

ePublisher for Newbies – Starting from Scratch

Posted on: October 3rd, 2013

Our documentation provides a lot of good information for those of you who have been working with ePublisher and want to get specific information about a topic, but admittedly it can be a bit overwhelming, so I thought I would try to distill this information for a quick-start guide in using ePublisher. By no means […]

Customizing Reverb Skins – The iconic default

Posted on: September 24th, 2013

To round out the series of blogs for our reverb customizations, we are going to go back to the default Reverb style. This is the one that most of you are familiar with probably because it has been with us for the longest time, and kudos to anyone who has been customizaing with this since […]

Customizing Reverb Skins – Gradients and the corporate skin

Posted on: August 28th, 2013

One of the neat things you can do with CSS3 is apply gradients. We use this heavily in our corporate skin, but they can be a bit confusing. We use this website in our skin.css for the Classic new to applying gradients, but it really doesn’t get it to the demonstration aspect of the gradients. […]

Customizing Reverb Skins – Getting Social

Posted on: August 27th, 2013

Instead of trying to tackle all the skins at once, I am going to do a lesson by lesson  instruction of the different skin that I have customized and different lessons learned from customization. For a review, you can refer to the last blog post by opening up ePublisher and viewing the first customization post. […]

Creating Custom Skins with Reverb, an adventure!

Posted on: August 16th, 2013

As you may or may not know, I am all about anything pink, so I decided to customize the new WebWorks Reverb skins to add each of them to be pink! Using these instructions, I began my quest to get Hello Kitty-esque themes in my project. The first and perhaps most important step in getting […]

2013 STC Summit Questions and Answers

Posted on: May 22nd, 2013

I look at the industry today and I just don’t get businesses’ attitude about content. Most feel that content is just a business expense that needs to be trimmed at every budget cycle. Ask anyone who has said, “Hey, if we follow this process, we can cut our cost by this much!” They came across as a […]

CMS/DITA North America Conference

Posted on: April 2nd, 2013

Okay, April Fool’s Day is over and now it is time to get back to work. We had some fun yesterday. Check out our April Fool’s article on TechWhirl if you haven’t already: WebWorks Full Optical Opus Learning System Launches Today! I am really excited about this month because after a day of joking around, […]