Captivate 2017 - Integrating elearning output in RoboHelp

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We have a scenario where we want to consume multiple eLearning outputs in an existing product Online Help created using RoboHelp.

If I copy the output folder to my RH project and refer that in the help topic it works and opens the eLearning output. However, the challenge is that if I have multiple eLearning outputs the project size becomes humongous.

Is there a way where Captivate eLearning outputs can be hosted or stored? Does Adobe have any recommendation?

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 10, 2021 Jan 10, 2021
There's nothing to stop you from hosting the e-learning modules on a public facing web server and then just linking Help topics to the index.html pages that are hosted on the web server.  In fact that would be by far a better solution than including the e-learning modules directly in the help because then you can update the topics at any time without needing to re-issue a new version of your software.

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There's nothing to stop you from hosting the e-learning modules on a public facing web server and then just linking Help topics to the index.html pages that are hosted on the web server.  In fact that would be by far a better solution than including the e-learning modules directly in the help because then you can update the topics at any time without needing to re-issue a new version of your software.

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