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Nested TOC in Responsive HTML5

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Feb 11, 2016

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Hi everyone. When publishing to Responsive HTML5 in Framemaker 2015, I am only achieving a flat TOC. The TOC levels work fine in Framemaker and when saving out to pdf, and the reference page appears to be set correctly. Any tips or advice?

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Nested TOC in Responsive HTML5

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Hi everyone. When publishing to Responsive HTML5 in Framemaker 2015, I am only achieving a flat TOC. The TOC levels work fine in Framemaker and when saving out to pdf, and the reference page appears to be set correctly. Any tips or advice?

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Check out this old post - http://blogs.adobe.com/techcomm/2007/11/how_to_convert_framemaker_toc.html - the key bit to concentrate on is the part that talks about “properly formatting your FM content” and the rules RH uses to figure them out. Even though you’re publishing from within FM, all the guts of that engine are RH (just without all the exposed bells & whistles IMHO)

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Thanks Jeff. I'm not actually using Robohelp, just publishing from Framemaker 2015 to Responsive HTML5. It's a bit of a leap for me coming from Framemaker 9 and previously only publishing to pdf.

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Actually, you are – as I said, all the publishing guts of FM are really just RH’s Single Source Layouts stuff. You just can’t see much of the exposed controls as you can in the TCS FM to RH workflow. The main point is that the help TOC generation depends on the formatting (headings, indenting, etc.) applied to your FM content.

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