Radio UserLand Kick Start: Creating Outlines Summary


This is part of Chapter 8 of the book Radio UserLand Kick Start by Rogers Cadenhead, published by Sams Publishing

This chapter introduced the core concepts of outlining and demonstrated how they were embodied by Radio UserLand. The outliner, one of the most complex in any software, supports features such as expanding, collapsing, promotion, demotion, hoisting, dehoisting, click-and-drag editing, and hypertext.

Radio's outliner can be used to represent a wide selection of data. It's employed most often to create Web documents that will be published as HTML or XML, UserTalk scripts, and items in Radio's object database.

Once the outliner has been mastered, it's a powerful way to visualize, create, and maintain textual information.

Chapter 8:

  1. Introduction
  2. Understanding Outlines
  3. Writing an Outline
  4. Modifying an Outline
  5. Viewing an Outline
  6. Using Links in an Outline
  7. Summary

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