How to insert elements in your content in Paligo

Did you know that there are loads of elements that you can use to add semantic structure to your Paligo content? It’s not just the handful of common elements you can choose from the menu in the Edit and Insert tabs.  To get to the full range of elements, you...

Paligo – Styling nested topics

Do you have topics that need to be styled differently if they are nested inside other topics? If you answered yes, this post will help. To make the post more accessible to people who perhaps haven’t thought about nested topics, I’m going to start by...

Paligo – Taking control of the see also section

When you create a HTML5 output in Paligo, ‘See also’ sections are automatically added to the bottom of topics that have children. This can be really handy, as it makes sense to link to those from the ‘parent’ topic. But sometimes, you may want...

Paligo – Information Typing

When you are creating content to scale, it makes sense to use a modular content model that allows for reuse. But how do you make sure that authors take a similar approach to each ‘chunk’ of content? That’s where setting up information types can help....

Paligo – How to create your own custom section

Aim: Create new custom section with icon Paligo has a built-in feature for adding attractive notes, cautions, and warnings to your content. Each note, caution, and warning has some css styling applied by default. You can see the styles for the help centre layout...