toc in html5 lists an item and a nested item.

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My HTML5 and CHM TOCs list each item with a nested item underneath.  How can I eliminate this?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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How is your FM TOC laid out? The output TOC generation coming from the formatting and level of indents applied to the FM content's TOC.

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Its all one level with no nesting.  As a matter of fact I can't figure out how to do nesting.  The left and right arrows are grayed out.

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On another topic.  I cannot figure out how to get hyperlinks to work either? Seriously frustrated.

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Hyperlinks or cross-refs? Make sure that your overall path length (path+filename length) isn't too long - that can mess up xrefs I've found.

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hyperlinks.  I just want to link to another section in the same book?

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That would be a cross-reference - that should work fine. What version of FM are you using?

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I don't want to link for purposes of a printed book, but for HTML5 purposes.

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Without seeing your content, I'm not sure what's happening with your HTML5 publishing route, but maybe you should have a look at Matt Sullivan's techcommtools.com freebie courses on publishing out of FM?

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Thanks for that resource.  I will give that a look!

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