Creating supertasks in DITA. Presented to the Silicon Valley DITA Interest Group August 9, 2006 Megan Bock. Discussion topics. What is a supertask? How do you create a supertask? How do you add related content without interrupting the sequence?
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Presented to the Silicon Valley DITA Interest Group
August 9, 2006
A step topic in a supertask can be the container for another supertask.
← Use linking=“none” to keep the concept out of the task sequence.
← Use toc=“no” to keep the concept topic out of the navigation.
Use a relationship table to control all linking to the concept. →
↓Use index entries normally.
To simulate a supertask:
Insert a ph element around the text of the short description. (You can’t reference a short description as the conref target in a step.)