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What's New in Oxygen XML Webhelp 23.0

November 19, 2020

Related version: 23.1    

Version 23 of Oxygen XML WebHelp offers the option to link the WebHelp output to your own installation of Oxygen Feedback Enterprise, a self-managed edition specially designed for organizations that prefer to install the software on their own server for better data control. Several new transformation parameters were also added for this release.

Responsive WebHelp

Oxygen Feedback Enterprise

Version 1.3 of the Oxygen Feedback commenting platform introduced the Enterprise (self-managed) edition for organizations that prefer to install the software on their own server for better data control. Each organization is provided with a Platform Admin account for accessing a special administration area, the Enterprise version offers the ability to enable and configure LDAP authentication, and it is compatible with the old Oxygen WebHelp PHP-based commenting system, meaning that you can migrate your database without losing any information.

Control Which Elements are Indexed by the Search Engine

You can now specify a list of HTML elements that will not be indexed by the search engine. A new transformation parameter (webhelp.search.index.elements.to.exclude) can be used to specify the list of elements and the value of the @class attribute is used to determine which specific HTML elements are excluded. For example, the div.not-indexed value will result in all <div> elements that have a @class attribute with the value of not-indexed to be excluded.

Add Words to the Default Stop Words List

You can now specify words to be included in the default list of stop words. These are words (such as articles, pronouns, and prepositions) that are ignored by the search engine. A new transformation parameter (webhelp.search.stop.words.include) can be used to specify which words to include in the list (and therefore, instruct the search engine to ignore them).