Because easyDITA is a very powerful product with a significant suite of capabilities, we have refined our Free Trial process, with the goal of making your initial easyDITA experience as useful as possible. When you request a Free Trial the following steps will take place (these...

A DITA map is a set of links in a tree pattern that point to chunks (topics and other elements)* of content while defining parent/child relationships between those elements. The purpose of a map is to create a complete document that can be published. Think...

Note: This is the Intro to a series on DITA basics   Who is this guy? I am a tech marketer. I am not particularly techy, write no code, can get around in WordPress but definitely not into the hard core pool of arcane acronyms and production apps...

Don’t we all love acronyms? Well, maybe not always. But the DITA acronym, when explained and grasped, really encapsulates the core strengths of this model for information organization, access, and distribution. But it took a little head scratching to clarify the meaning. I’ll break it...

DITA includes three main topic types: Task, Concept, and Reference. Tasks are used to describe how to perform a procedure. Concepts present descriptive information so the reader can understand the background and context of a subject. Reference topics provide detailed facts, often in a table. Using the easyDITA User...

One of the major advantages of using a structured standard like DITA XML is that it gives you a great deal of flexibility to reuse content. When information is broken down into small chunks and kept unformatted, you can assemble individual modules and publish them...

Like all content standards, especially those deployed over the web or other network, DITA XML relies on links to organize content and give users the ability to navigate through it. One of the primary requirements of a good DITA CMS is that it makes it...

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