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Apr 04, 2020

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I would like to create a On This Page TOC or Links on each topic in which Heading 2 or Heading 3 sub-sections are listed in the top right corner of the topic allowing the user to "jump" to these sub-sections and not have to scroll down and read the whole topic in order to find them.

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On This Page links or TOC

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I would like to create a On This Page TOC or Links on each topic in which Heading 2 or Heading 3 sub-sections are listed in the top right corner of the topic allowing the user to "jump" to these sub-sections and not have to scroll down and read the whole topic in order to find them.

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See Mini TOC in this topic. http://www.grainge.org/pages/authoring/rh_tour/rh2019/miscellaneous/rh2019_misc.htm

 

You should be able to format it to appear top right rather than the default top left.

 

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Thanks, Peter for your quick response.

A few questions:

  1. What if I haven't formatted Master Pages for my project? I gather without this added to Master Pages, I would have to do this manually for each topic, right?
  2. If I configure this in the Master Pages, I would only configure the Topic page, right?
  3. If I want the Mini-TOC to the top right corner, I would have to format the page for columns, right? Is this also something to be done in the Master Page for the project OR in each individual topic? 

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I haven't tried to apply it across a project but my thinking is

  1. It's a master page or each topic where you want it.
  2. I think you should only need to edit it in the master page.
  3. It's nothing to do with columns.

 

Let us know how you get on.

 

 

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You can't fix the align right part in the UI but you can in Source view. Locate the minitoc in source view and add align="right" as shown below.

 

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You didn't say whether your output is frameless or responsive. In frameless the mini-toc is not within the topic, it is to the right and you can't change that. What I have covered is for responsive.

 

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To clarify, in Frameless you don't have to do anything for the mini-toc. It is automatic. In the skin you configure the heading levels you want to appear.

 

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You can see it in Frameless on my site. http://www.grainge.org

 

It's on any page with sub headings such as http://www.grainge.org/pages/authoring/rh_tour/rh2019/miscellaneous/rh2019_misc.htm

 

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It is for responsive HTML

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OK so answers above apply.

 

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