How It Works

How It Works

Content Mapper™ lets anyone create and publish XML content using Microsoft® Word -- without knowing anything about XML.

Content Mapper goes deep in the Microsoft Word API and programs the schema elements, taking control of the user interface. Based on cursor location, elements will be grayed out if they are not allowed. The author never sees the XML and is free to focus on creating great content.

Here's an example of how it works

Below are 2 screenshots - you can see how the user interface changes depending on the location of your cursor.

In this screenshot, Content Mapper knows you are in a paragraph element and many elements, including ordered lists, are allowed and available.
Based on your cursor location, Content Mapper knows you are in a paragraph element here and many elements are allowed.
In the screenshot below, Content Mapper knows you are in a title and certain elements, like ordered lists, are not allowed, and therefore grayed out and unavailable.
Based on your cursor location, Content Mapper knows you are in a title and certain elements like ordered lists are not allowed, and therefore grayed out and unavailable.