I've never created html-based help for workflows but have read the 'how to' section in developr's guide. I'm wondering if the WFA development team has any recommendation(s) for a readily available html editor that works well with WFA. For example, I'm wondering what HTML editor is used for the help documentation in the Automation Store packs.
Most customers have MS-Word and I know it can 'Save as ...' html but i've had great experiences with it. Wonderng if there is something widely used (and free) that folks might recommend.
Any HTML editor would do including notepad, but I want to suggest something better. HTML help was added in WFA in 2.2 about 2 years ago, but this manual task is too tidious for people to use this feature.
If you have a constant template layout for how your HTML doc should look like, then I had created a workflow which does everything for you.
You just need to execute the workflow and provide the doc contents as User-Inputs like
1. Workflow Name
2. Workflow Description.
3. User-Input and teir description. Images you want to add
4. Expected output
5. Notes you want to add
The result will give you a formatted CSS styled HTML zipped with all your images and everything . All within 1-2 seconds. The zip file can be directly uploaded into WFA workflow. That's all.
The only time you spend is deciding what you want to document.
You want to give it a try?
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