In Contributor, you can apply snippet conditions at the snippet level. This allows you to separate certain snippet content so it displays in certain snippets in a topic, but not in others. Snippet conditions applied at the snippet level override snippet conditions applied at the topic level in Flare.
Open a topic containing a snippet.
- In the topic, right-click the first instance of the snippet and select Snippet Conditions from the context menu. The Snippet Conditions dialog opens.
If you want to exclude a condition tag from the snippet, click the Exclude check box next to it. If you want to make sure a condition tag is included in the snippet, click the Include check box next to it. The primary reason for having Include check boxes is to account for possible conflicts. Snippet conditions set on a snippet override snippet conditions set at the topic level
Note: If you want to create more advanced conditional tag expressions, you can switch to Advanced mode.
See Creating Basic and Advanced Tag Expressions.
Warning: If you do not select any check boxes at all, all of the tags will automatically be included. If you include only some tags and exclude others, any remaining tags without check marks for either Include or Exclude will automatically be included. However, if you select Include for any of the tags (even just one) and do not select Exclude for any tags, all of the other tags that do not have Include check marks will automatically be excluded. If you want to be safe and always know that the correct tags are included or excluded, you can make sure that all of the tags have check marks with either Include or Exclude.
- Click OK.
(Optional) Repeat steps 2-4 for the other instances of the snippet in your topic.
- Click to save your work.