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Use content IDs to call contextual help

This page applies to:MindTouch Responsive

This article covers how to surface articles referenced by content IDs through the contextual help dialog.


Before adding content ID URLs, make sure you have contextual help set up and working.

Set up your content IDs

To make sure you have your content IDs properly configured read our article on configuring content ID mapping.

Replace hard-coded links with content ID URLs

Once you have your content IDs set up and your contextual help Touchpoint working, update your contextual help links to use the content ID links you set up.  

Here is a sample link containing a content ID URL:

<a class="F1" href="" target="_blank">

What's next

Make sure you have the contextual help Touchpoint link working with a hard-coded link first, before adding a content ID URL, at least for the first link you are implementing. This will make it easier to troubleshoot dependency issues.

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