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MadCap Flare

MadCap Flare is an advanced authoring environment that allows you to easily create, manage and publish content from a central user interface.

MadCap Flare Introductory Training

This course uses a combination of feature overviews and demonstrations to introduce the core features of Flare. By the end of the course, you will have the skills you need to get started on your first Flare project.

Key topics covered:

  • Getting started with Flare

  • Importing HTML, Word, and FrameMaker® documents

  • Adding and linking content

  • Designing content

  • Single sourcing content

  • Sending topics for review using MadCap Contributor and MadCap Central

  • Publishing single source content to multiple outputs

MadCap Flare Intermediate Training

This course uses a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on practice exercises to explore the major features of Flare. By the end of the course, you will have the skills you need to develop online and print targets such as help systems, knowledge bases, policies and procedures, and user guides.

Key topics covered:

  • Creating and configuring TOCs, glossaries, indexes, and the full-text search

  • Linking to topics, websites, and PDFs

  • Adding drop-down, expanding, and toggler links

  • Designing content using stylesheets and table stylesheets

  • Designing targets using master pages, skins, and page layouts

  • Single sourcing using condition tags

  • Reusing content using variables and snippets

  • Sharing files between projects

  • Setting up, building, and publishing print and online targets

MadCap Flare Advanced Training

This course uses a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on practice to introduce the advanced design and single sourcing features in Flare. By the end of the course, you will have the skills you need to design cutting-edge online targets efficiently using MadCap’s single sourcing features.

Key topics covered:

  • Responsive design best practices

  • "Reset" style definitions

  • CSS mediums

  • The Foundation grid

  • Advanced pseudo elements, pseudo classes, and selectors

  • Multiple master pages for home pages and other topics

  • Responsive layouts

  • Home page "card" design and layout

  • Advanced topic design and layout

  • Font Awesome icons

  • Google Fonts

  • Responsive tables

  • Responsive images

  • calc() and CSS variables

  • Language-specific style definitions

  • Single sourcing designs for print targets