The Multi-Project feature now allows you to merge up to 10 separate projects into one single project, enabling you to merge them together, regardless of the compile format. Reusability is the key to this feature - if you have more than one project there may be certain topics that are duplicated, such as company information, support details, legal statements, FAQs etc. You can now keep those topics separate from the main project, but include them at compile time, to merge them into your master project. When the original topic is updated, the changes are automatically applied to all projects that use that page, ensuring that you have central management of your data. Click here to learn more.
You can now further enhance the users experience when searching your website by ranking the results. You can choose to allocate a percentage value based on the presence of the search phrase in the "Title", "Keywords" and "Help Text". You set the importance / relevance according to your project and then the search results are ranked and displayed for the user using that criteria. This gives the user an immediate and enhanced feedback mechanism to simplify the choice of results. Click here to learn more.
Previously you could compile via the command line and specify the project and the compile format. Now you change almost any setting that you can interactively change. Using an ini file, you can specify to include or exclude a Condition, change a variable, include or exclude topics, and change file names and compile settings. You can then pass the ini file as the command-line parameter. You can have as many ini files as you like, and pass the appropriate one for your current needs. Click here to learn more.
On the Translations menu is a new option "Save Translation to a New Project" and does what it's name suggests. This can be very useful if you translate a project from Spanish to English, then want to use the "English" translation as a new project.
When you create a new Translation Language, you use your main project as the "base language". In the Corporate Edition you have the option of choosing another Translation Language as the base language instead. This is useful if you have translated from say Spanish to English and then want to use the English translation as the basis for your new Translation Language.