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Use Conditional Content

 

When creating online documentation, you may want to produce different outputs from a single source. However, the differences between the outputs may be too small to make it worthwhile creating a separate project.

ClickHelp allows using the single-sourcing help authoring techniques. In addition to variables and snippets , you can also use conditional blocks.


Conditional blocks may be included or excluded from the final output (publication) depending on the name of the output tag you are using. For example, you can exclude certain advanced technical information from the end-user manual while including this information in the administrator manual of the same application.

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Read the Conditional Content topic to learn more about inserting conditional blocks and conditional content in general.