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Can we increase the Mini TOC item-level count in RH 2019 Frameless skin

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I am using RH 2019 Frameless skin and I would like to know if it is possible to increase the Mini TOC item-level count in Topic Page > Mini TOC. By default, RH provides item-level 1 to item -level 6.

I have a topic with 7 headings and in the output at the right hand pane that contains the Mini TOC, only 6 headings are highlighted as I scroll through the page and the last heading though displayed is not highlighted.

In Layout > Mini TOC, I have set "Use Headings from" 1 to 6. As per my understanding the headings are not highlighted because RH 2019 provides only 6 item - level count. Please correct me if I am wrong.

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It's showing all headings in a simple test. I did not that the last heading, not necessarily the seventh, does not highlight until several lines below it are visible.

 

Maybe you only have a couple of lines? Try adding some blank lines after if that is the case.

 

Does that resolve it?

 

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Can we increase the Mini TOC item-level count in RH 2019 Frameless skin

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Hi

I am using RH 2019 Frameless skin and I would like to know if it is possible to increase the Mini TOC item-level count in Topic Page > Mini TOC. By default, RH provides item-level 1 to item -level 6.

I have a topic with 7 headings and in the output at the right hand pane that contains the Mini TOC, only 6 headings are highlighted as I scroll through the page and the last heading though displayed is not highlighted.

In Layout > Mini TOC, I have set "Use Headings from" 1 to 6. As per my understanding the headings are not highlighted because RH 2019 provides only 6 item - level count. Please correct me if I am wrong.

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Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

It's showing all headings in a simple test. I did not that the last heading, not necessarily the seventh, does not highlight until several lines below it are visible.

 

Maybe you only have a couple of lines? Try adding some blank lines after if that is the case.

 

Does that resolve it?

 

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CSS and HTML only support six heading levels. https://www.w3schools.com/html/html_headings.asp

 

Are you seeing h7 in your styles? I just added such a style in the CSS in code view but correctly it is not shown when all styles is selected. Maybe you added a paragraph style called heading 7?

 

Bottom line though is the mini toc only supports true headings.

 

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Hi Peter

Apologies for the confusion.

I have 7 headings in a topic and all 7 uses H1 heading style. In the Frameless output, when i scroll through the topic content the mini TOC at the right-hand pane highlights all 6 headings but not the 7th heading. Let me know if I am missing any setup.  

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It's showing all headings in a simple test. I did not that the last heading, not necessarily the seventh, does not highlight until several lines below it are visible.

 

Maybe you only have a couple of lines? Try adding some blank lines after if that is the case.

 

Does that resolve it?

 

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Hi Peter

 

Adding blank lines, did help. But the extra spaces shows up in my ouput.  

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Your choice. 🙂

 

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