How do I structure the table of contents in the responsive html5 output?

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What does FrameMaker use to create this table of contents for the responsive html5 output? 

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Adobe Employee , Mar 21, 2018
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The table of contents is produced in this example from the title elements of the DITA Source content (topics in a ditamap).For unstructured FrameMaker files, the TOC is produced from the Book's TOC. The logic is explained in help topic "Format TOC for publish".

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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I believe the structure comes from your book's TOC - or are you asking if the FM help is authored & published in FM?

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I am asking what FrameMaker uses to create the table of contents in its responsive HTML5 output. 

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It uses the book_nameTOC.fm file that you create.

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Your specific example looks like Fm's internal help system, which I do not believe is published via FrameMaker.

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What you see in the screenshot is FrameMaker's Responsive HTML5 online help. It is produced with Adobe FrameMaker 2017 from the DITA Source.

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The table of contents is produced in this example from the title elements of the DITA Source content (topics in a ditamap).

For unstructured FrameMaker files, the TOC is produced from the Book's TOC. The logic is explained in help topic "Format TOC for publish".

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Thank you

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Necro-ing this post to thank you. This. Was. Driving. Me. Crazy. I would never have guessed that font size/weight would have been the reason my heading levels in the nav panel were stacked wrong.

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