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From "Ramon Prades" <>
Subject RE: document attributs
Date Mon, 25 Aug 2003 12:53:55 GMT
Hi Jeff

Sometimes it's useful not to show the mini-TOC. For an example have a look
at the DTD documentation in the Forrest site.
You'll see a few lines with the bullet and nothing else.

This could be solved by telling XSL not to generate the link when when the
title element is empty, but also with the attribute.

For me, the more important attribute is the other one I mentioned in my
first e-mail: toclevel. I have a few very long
documents and I would like to decide how deep should the mini-TOC go. In
fact, a "toclevel=0" would completely remove the mini-TOC.

I think this attribute should be in the document. Someway, this attribute is
qualifying the content, stating which ones are the most relevant levels in
the doc.


-----Mensaje original-----
De: Jeff Turner [] 
Enviado el: lunes, 25 de agosto de 2003 12:24
Asunto: Re: document attributs

On Mon, Aug 25, 2003 at 08:18:15AM +0200, Ramon Prades wrote:
> Hi Jeff
> I agree having those attributes in the xml doc is mixing layers, but I 
> still think we need a way to produce slightly different documents. I 
> mean, a flag in skinconf would disable the TOC in all documents, but 
> not in only a few of them.
> Perhaps site.xml is a better place? It would be something like:
>  <index label="Index" href="index.html" notoc="true"/>

What makes a page special, that it does not require a mini-TOC?  That
information (the cause) would be more valuable to record than just
notoc=true (the effect).


> Regards.
> Ramon

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