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Subject: RE: [docbook-apps] Using <h1> for chapter titles in HTML output

I posted this question about altering the HTML element used for chapter
titles a few days ago.  To ask it more concisely:

Does anyone know how to customize HTML output so that <h1> is used for
chapter titles instead of <h2>?  A hint regarding the point in the XSL
to experiment with would help me.

If I am omitting important details or if this information is available
elsewhere, please let me know and accept my apology for the double

Again, my thanks for your generous help. 

Peter Desjardins

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Desjardins [mailto:pdesjardins@supplyscape.com] 
> Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 12:12
> To: docbook-apps@lists.oasis-open.org
> Subject: [docbook-apps] Using <h1> for chapter titles in HTML output
> I am trying to customize HTML output so that MS Word will 
> open the HTML files in a way that produces consistent 
> paragraph styles.  In particular, I want chapter titles in 
> the DocBook content to become <h1> elements so that they 
> eventually map to the default "Heading 1"
> paragraph style in MS Word.  By default, the chapter title is 
> output in an <h2> element.
> My searching the docbook-apps archives, HTML parameter 
> documentation, and experimenting with XSL customizations has 
> not turned up an answer for me.
> Can anyone point me to a configuration that will cause 
> chapter titles to appear in the HTML <h1> element?
> In case it matters, the DocBook content uses <section> 
> elements rather than <sect1>, <sect2>, and so on.  Also, I 
> don't mind that the <book> title is already <h1>.  Having 
> both the book and chapter titles use <h1> is not a problem for me.
> Thanks for your help.
> Peter Desjardins

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