Tag: snippets

  • Creating a Snippet with non-standard content in Flare

    Creating a Snippet with non-standard content in Flare

    When you are working in Flare, you may have encountered an issue that drove me crazy for a long time regarding snippets. When you have some content in Flare that you want to convert to be a snippet, usually you can just select the paragraphs of text and click the Create Snippet button on the Home […]

  • What’s new and improved in MadCap Flare 12

    Hey everybody! It’s that awesome time of year when MadCap releases the latest and greatest iteration of MadCap Flare. This year, try we’re getting MadCap Flare 12, sick with a host of new features and enhancements that improve the authoring experience. One of the great things about Flare 12 is that there is a nice […]

  • MadWorld Preview – Top Five Content Reuse Features in MadCap Flare

    MadWorld Preview – Top Five Content Reuse Features in MadCap Flare

    As many of you are probably already aware, price I’ll be presenting again at this year’s MadWorld Conference in San Diego. Over the next few weeks I’ll be posting a preview of each of my sessions for the conference. This serves two purposes. First, if you are considering going to MadWorld, I highly recommend it, […]

  • Snippet Cross Reference Work Around in Flare

    Snippet Cross Reference Work Around in Flare

    You probably already know how powerful snippets are in MadCap Flare. They allow you to reuse chunks of content in various places in the same project. You can even include variations of snippets in different places in your project by using snippet conditions in the topics that use snippets. However, recipe there remains one frustrating […]

  • Creating snippets from multiple blocks in Flare

    When you are writing content in Flare, web you may decide that you want to re-use some content that you previously added to another topic. We’ve discussed before how the best way to do this is to use a snippet, which essentially is a really long, formatted variable. To do this in Flare, you create […]