I am trying to implement context-sensitive help on a web application using a RH RHTML 5 output. The problem is, neither of the devs I'm working with know how to do this, and I've only ever done help integration on desktop applications. The dev sent me a test file that looks like this:
<script src="RoboHelp_CSH.js"> </script>
<meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1.0, user-scalable=no"/>
<input type="button" value="Click" onclick="RH_ShowHelpForContext(null, 'help_files/index.htm', HH_HELP_CONTEXT, 1);" />
I had included BSSCDefault.h, RoboHelp_CS.js, and whcshdata.js in my test setup, and put index.htm and a couple other files in the help_files folder.
The problem is, I'm not a coder and what I do know about programming is generally in C/C++, and my web devs are expecting me to create a line of JS for each context-specific help call in the application, and I don't know how to make it work. What it needs to do is display the TOC, index, search features, plus the appropriate help topic in the main pane.
Context Sensitive Help (CSH) calls changed in Responsive HTML5 - see Peter Grainge's grainge.org for info on CSH calls.