Category Archives: expeDITA
Web searches easily bring up all the usual false matches for our favorite markup topic, DITA. One of my favorites is Dita as the name of a field hockey stick, of which we’re told at its web site that dita is … Continue reading
Previously, I described the background of the in-browser editing technology being harnessed for what I called “the poor man’s DITA editor,” and ended with a look at the user’s experience. Since I had described the architecture more fully in a … Continue reading
XML editors generally require a great deal of programming investment to make them competitively featured for primary audiences of trained technical writers and professional communicators. HTML editors, on the other hand, are seemingly everywhere, if only they could somehow “do … Continue reading
Previously, I introduced some background behind various types outlining software; in this post I’ll explore the relationship between DITA maps and OPML lists, and look at how OPML might be used in in-browser DITA applications.