HTML Help is the next generation standard help system for the Windows platform. HTML Help, like its predecessor WinHelp, is designed to allow applications to provide context-sensitive user help, and to act as an delivery vehicle for training guides, interactive books, and newsletters. Additionally, new features in HTML Help make it easy to create multimedia titles, or web sites content. HTML Help is based on the standard HTML. However, it offers additional features such as table of contents, index, keyword search and compressed packages (.chm) for easy distribution.
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Resources, downloads, links, and tutorials on the use of Help Authoring software.
Microsoft HTML Help SDK
Official site with documentation, editors, and viewers.
New HTML Help Standard
A technical overview of the HTML Help standard from a C/C++ developer's perspective. (Keith Bugg / C/C++ Users Journal)
Last update:March 6, 2016 at 6:15:02 UTC