Heretto CCMS includes several publishing engines that enable you to produce highly customizable deliverables.
Do placeholders show when I publish content?
No, the placeholder buttons and the associated text don't show when published. They're a part the Content Editor interface that offers guidance and provides quick access to common elements. Think of placeholders as reminders for elements that are typically used in a given topic type.
It's common for Heretto CCMS customers to specify their own set of buttons and configurations to meet their specific authoring needs. Heretto CCMS is highly configurable, so just let us know if you want different placeholder text and buttons.
Can Heretto CCMS produce Word output?
Out of the box, you can use the Heretto Connector for DITA Open Toolkit to publish to RTF, which Microsoft® Word is capable of opening. You can also find other, open-source plugins capable of producing DOCX. We recommend using the Elovirta DOCX plugin.
Heretto Publishing Reference
Heretto CCMS includes several publishing engines that enable you to publish content to various formats and deliver it to different endpoints.
|Publishing Engine||Description||Output Formats/Endpoints||Key Features|
|Heretto Connector for DITA Open Toolkit||The Heretto Connector for DITA Open Toolkit (DITA-OT) is a mature open-source DITA transformation engine that enables you to publish content to a large number of output formats.||
Out of the box:
With third-party plugins:
|Heretto PDF Generator||The Heretto PDF Generator is a fast publishing engine based on Prince XML that enables you to develop templates directly in Heretto CCMS.||
|Heretto Deploy||The Heretto Deploy solution enables you to instantaneously render and deliver content to a customizable and modern documentation portal website.||
|Heretto Connector for Docusaurus||The Heretto Connector for Docusaurus connector enables you to deliver content to a Heretto Connector for Docusaurus-built site hosted on Netlify or to generate a static Heretto Connector for Docusaurus site that you can preview locally and deploy on your own.||