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Image only in Indigo custom TOC

Explorer ,
Jun 19, 2017

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I would like to use custom toc images in the Indigo layout, and have had some success in doing so.  But I would like the TOC to show the custom book image only, and not include the book/topic text below the image. I want the image to take up the entire space.  I have worked witht the custom css file for the custom toc to get the image to be larger and not centered in the book/topic block, but have not figured out a way to eliminate the text from the screen.

Or perhaps I should go about it the other way, eliminate the image so the text takes up the entire space. 

My primary motivation is that the book/topic text automatically displayed is limited to very few characters.  I want a way to have a much longer title appear.

Thanks for any help.

John

One way to achieve it would be to configure the TOC Label font color to match the TOC Label Background color.

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Cheers... Rick

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Image only in Indigo custom TOC

Explorer ,
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I would like to use custom toc images in the Indigo layout, and have had some success in doing so.  But I would like the TOC to show the custom book image only, and not include the book/topic text below the image. I want the image to take up the entire space.  I have worked witht the custom css file for the custom toc to get the image to be larger and not centered in the book/topic block, but have not figured out a way to eliminate the text from the screen.

Or perhaps I should go about it the other way, eliminate the image so the text takes up the entire space. 

My primary motivation is that the book/topic text automatically displayed is limited to very few characters.  I want a way to have a much longer title appear.

Thanks for any help.

John

One way to achieve it would be to configure the TOC Label font color to match the TOC Label Background color.

hr4.png

Cheers... Rick

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One way to achieve it would be to configure the TOC Label font color to match the TOC Label Background color.

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Cheers... Rick

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Thanks Rick... did that and also blended those colors into the general background color, and used transparent image... 

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Cool!

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