DITA training course for beginners
DITA, what is it, exactly?
How does this standard meet customer documentation production or maintenance needs?
For what ROI, what changes in the production process, what scope upstream (studies) and downstream (publication)?
So many questions – and others a little more technical – to which you will have a documented answer by following this training.
Document managers, documentation architects, technical writers
Our training can be held in-person or remotely.
In 2020, we adapted all our courses to the constraints of distance learning. It is now possible for you to benefit from all our expertise from anywhere, without traveling or seeing us.
At the end of the course, you will have acquired the basics of the standard such as:
Main notions and types of Subjects
Reusing Topics in Trees
Structuring of Topics with main tags
The concept of transversal library
The notion of variable
Links and Navigation
How to find more information
- New challenges for technical documentation
- Modularize, structure, single-source
- Brief XML history
2. XML Survival Kit for Authors
- Elements, Attributes
- XML Publishing
- Getting to know Oxygen™
3. DITA in wide shot
- A super XML
- DITA Files
- Standard Organization
4. Create a Publication
- Organize a Publication
- Maps/Bookmaps Tags
- Navigation and Relationships
5. Creating Topics
- Write differently
- Tags under the microscope
6. Strategies for Re-use
- Re-using segments (Content Ref)
- Data import
- Conditional filtering and variables
7. Organizing production
- Workflow to Publication
- Organize the teams
- Writing Guidelines
The evaluation of the achievements will be carried out by the trainer at the end of the course.
Update January 2022