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Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: Removing 'Chapter' from HTML Help pages?
Jirka or others who work with the HTML Help stylesheets, Is there a way to remove "Chapter." from the headings of HTML files generated from the HTML Help stylesheets? I am using the latest xsltproc and the 1.44 XSL stylesheets. I have a customization layer that I use to tweak various settings. I have a DocBook XML document broken out into various <chapter> elements. When I generate regular HTML pages for our online version, I *want* chapter and section numbering and labels. Ditto for PDF. All of that works perfectly fine. TOCs look okay. It all works. For the HTML Help version, I do *not* want to have either TOCs or chapter/section numbering. In my customization layer, I have set the appropriate parameters and I do NOT have any numbering or TOCs... but.. at the beginning of each <chapter> I get text along the lines of: Chapter . The role of the SME Server V5 I just want this to be: The role of the SME Server V5 Is there anything I can set in my customization layer to get rid of the "Chapter ."? I have figured out that the text comes from the <l:context name="title"> bit inside of common/en.xml... but I cannot seem to figure out where this gets called. Is there some parameter I have not set? Or is this a stylesheet bug? Puzzled, Dan P.S. Here is what I have set in my HTML customization layer that is called when I generate HTML Help: <!-- Import Jirka Kosek's base HTML Help stylesheet --> <xsl:import href="/usr/share/sgml/docbook/docbook-xsl-1.44/htmlhelp/htmlhelp.xsl"/> <!-- We turn OFF numbering and the creation of TOCs for HTML Help. --> <!-- Should chapters be labeled? 0 or 1 --> <xsl:param name="chapter.autolabel" select="0"/> <!-- Should sections be labeled? 0 or 1 --> <xsl:param name="section.autolabel" select="0"/> <!-- Should chapter number be in section number? 1.1, 1.2, etc. 0 or 1 --> <xsl:param name="section.label.includes.component.label" select="0" doc:type="boolean"/> <!-- Should a TOC be generated for the book? --> <xsl:param name="generate.book.toc" select='0' doc:type='boolean'/> <!-- Should a TOC be generated for an article? --> <xsl:param name="generate.article.toc" select='0' doc:type='boolean'/> <!-- Should a TOC be generated for components? (chaps, apps, etc.) --> <xsl:param name="generate.component.toc" select="0" doc:type='boolean'/> <xsl:param name="generate.chapter.toc" select='0' doc:type='boolean'/> <xsl:param name="generate.appendix.toc" select='0' doc:type='boolean'/> <xsl:param name="generate.section.toc" select='0' doc:type='boolean'/> -- Dan York, Director of Training firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: +1-613-751-4401 Cell: +1-613-263-4312 Fax: +1-613-564-7739 Mitel Network Corporation Network Server Solutions Group 150 Metcalfe St., Suite 1500, Ottawa,ON K2P 1P1 Canada http://www.e-smith.com/ http://www.mitel.com/
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