Paligo can also import a number of proprietary formats indirectly, such as Adobe InDesign, Adobe FrameMaker, Adobe Robohelp, Author-it and more. This means that you convert your content to a different format first and then import that format into Paligo.
Preprocessing may be necessary depending on the output of the export from any of these tools, some tweaks may be necessary to get the desired results. For instance, the HTML output from InDesign may not always be structured enough and a pre-transformation and / or some manual tweaks may be necessary.
If conditional filtering has been used, this is not included in the XHTML export and needs to be applied post-import. Alternatively, you can use an external service who can prepare your content for Paligo import. This can result in a more robust import.
Export your content to XHTML, HTML, DITA or MS Word.
Use XHTML for Author-it and Adobe FrameMaker. If DITA is available, it is recommended, since you will likely get a more proper topic structure that way. If you have used metadata (for example for filtering) they may also be included.
Follow the instructions for the chosen export format to prepare the import. Each format has its own preparations:
Use the Import Wizard to import the .zip file.