HTML page header

This section allows you to configure the header of your HTML online manual or CHM file pages. A header is a part of the page shown above the main content area. Usually the project logo, title, banners and main menu elements are shown in the header of the page.
To customize the header for the current project either:
  • go the Options menu and select the Project settings menu option;
  • or click the button in the application toolbar;
  • or click a floating button in the HTML/CHM preview.
Then proceed to Header structure section.
Dr.Explain displays the following dialog:
HTML page header


1. Visibility
Use this option to include/exclude header section into your help page layout.

Content type selector

2. Content type selector
Use this selector to switch the editor into Code or WYSIWYG mode.
In Code mode you can insert your own HTML or other code that will render the header of the page. The provided code will be inserted into the output page file as-is, without modifications:


3. Editor
Use the editor to customize the content of the page header.

Color theme

4. Color theme
Use this selector to choose a predefined color theme for the output HTML files. You may also create your own color themes by using the button next to the theme list.

OK button

5. OK buttonClick this button to accept changes and close the dialog.

Cancel button

6. Cancel buttonClick this button to discard changes and close the dialog.

Help button

7. Help buttonClick this button to show context help.
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