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HTML to MadCap Flare by Peter Lavin

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Chapter 2. What You Need to Know About Flare

In the previous chapter you saw how Flare source files differ from standard XHTML files and what that means when importing files into Flare. This chapter discusses the file structure of a Flare project.

2.1. Flare project structure

If you want to copy content files directly into Flare, use your own CSS file, or manipulate Flare XML files directly, then you need to understand how a Flare project is structured and where to find the appropriate files.

Flare is organized by projects. When you create a new project, Flare creates a directory structure. The top-level directory contains the project file (a file with the extension .flprj).[1] Flare also creates several subdirectories. The two subdirectories ...

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