How to update the icons of your HTML documentation’s table of contents

How to update the icons of your HTML documentation's table of contents
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Creating the most complete, comprehensive and up-to-date documentation is the number one priority of technical writers. But readers expect a clean and modern design and companies oftentimes need to integrate documentation web-sites with their existing material, thus mimicking a predefined look-and-feel. Thankfully, the HelpNDoc help authoring tool lets you rapidly add a logo or custom CSS code for quick customization, or even create a completely new template to fully customize your deliverables.

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How to embed a Vimeo video in a CHM help file or HTML documentation manual

How to embed a Vimeo video in a CHM help file or HTML documentation manual
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Warning! Some information and techniques detailed on this page may be out of date. For more up-to-date information on this topic, we recommend that you check the following page: /news-and-articles/2020-01-28-helpndoc-v6.7. We previously covered how to embed a YouTube video in your CHM or HTML help files. While YouTube is a great platform to share videos, some might prefer one of its main competitor, Vimeo. Fortunately, integrating a Vimeo video into your CHM or HTML help files is extremely easy with HelpNDoc.

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How to add a cross-browser favicon to your generated HTML documentation

How to add a cross-browser favicon to your generated HTML documentation
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We were asked on FaceBook if it was possible to define a favicon to a HTML help build generated by HelpNDoc. This is a great question and the short answer is yes, absolutely, thanks to HelpNDoc’s powerful template system. Let’s see how this can be done by first creating our favicon, then our own custom template which will use that favicon. Create a cross-browser compatible favicon Most web-browsers will be able to use PNG image files for the favicon.

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