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Adding Attributes to a DITA Topic in FrameMaker 11

Step-by-step instructions for adding attributes to a DITA topic in FrameMaker 11.

Myre, Rob. YouTube (2013). Resources>Multimedia>DITA>Adobe FrameMaker

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Are You Ready For Conversion (to DITA)?

Learn from Dr. JoAnn Hackos, President of Comtech Services, Inc. and Director of the Center for Information-Development Management (CIDM), how to evaluate your legacy content and assess how close you are to the DITA standard. Understand the decision-making process you need to follow to prepare for the conversion process. Consider if your team should first restructure your content in your current tool environment or wait to restructure and rewrite following conversion.

Hackos, JoAnn T. YouTube (2011). Presentations>Information Design>XML>DITA

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Assembling Topics into a Project in DITAToo

An introduction to creating topics in a DITA Project using the software product DITAToo.

YouTube (2012). Resources>Multimedia>Video>DITA

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Authoring, Maintaining, and Publishing XML Content in Alfresco with Componize

XML topic-based documentation enables consistency, reuse, conditional publishing, separation of content and styling, and more. A good XML solution makes it easier for the authoring teams to move to XML authoring, providing structured templates, embedded editors, maintaining links and metadata, and adding collaboration features such as workflows.

Kerzreho, Nolwenn and Frank Shipley. YouTube (2013). Presentations>Information Design>XML>Alfresco

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#38939

DITA? What Is It and How Would I Use It?

In this highly interactive workshop, Amy Jo Kidd will present participants with a fun exercise on task-based, structured writing that illustrates in an immediate and clear way how to use Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) to manage a company's inventory of content. The workshop is a must for students, the curious, the fearful, and the eager who have heard the buzzwords—content management, structured writing, single sourcing—but could not get beyond the mind-fuzz that buzz creates.

Kidd, Amy Jo. YouTube (2012). Resources>Multimedia>Video>DITA

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