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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Is there any way to control what level a page break occurs at for webhelp?
Try adjusting the chunk.section.depth parameter. I set mine to two. <xsl:param name="chunk.section.depth" select="2"></xsl:param> Other chunking parameters: http://docbook.sourceforge.net/release/xsl/current/doc/html/chunking.html Peter On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 9:19 AM, Derek Van Kooten <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Ok, so I have the following structure to my document: > > > <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?> > <!-- This document was created with Syntext Serna Free. --><!DOCTYPE book > PUBLIC "-//OASIS//DTD DocBook XML V4.5//EN" "docbookV4.5/docbookx.dtd" > > <book> > <title>Help Guid</title> > <chapter> > <title>Whats New</title> > <para>Describe here what is new in this release. Include links to > sections that reference the fnctionality and some how tos.</para> > </chapter> > <chapter id="Installation"> > <title>Installation</title> > <section id="Download"> > <title>Download</title> > <para>This section will be used to show how to download the <link > linkend="Installation">application</link>.</para> > </section> > </chapter> > <chapter> > <title>Reference Guide</title> > <section id="AP_Vendor_Maintenance"> > <title>A/P Vendor Maintenance</title> > <graphic fileref="images/ap_vendor_maintenance.png"/> > </section> > <section id="AP_Not_Posted"> > <title>A/P Not Posted</title> > <graphic fileref="images/ap_not_posted.png"/> > </section> > <section id="AP_Checks"> > <title>A/P Checks</title> > <graphic fileref="images/ap_checks.png"/> > </section> > </chapter> > <chapter> > <title>How To's</title> > <section> > <title>How To Close a Month</title> > <para>Describe here how to close a month. Include pictures, links, > etc....</para> > </section> > </chapter> > </book> > > > So what I have here is a tree that only has two levels of nodes. The second > level of nodes becomes pages when I convert it to webhelp. I would like to > have three levels though. So for example, all of our Accounts Payable > documents would be under a node called Accounts Payable. But, when I do that > it creates a page for Accounts Payable, then each section under Accounts > Payable becomes just a section of that page. Now, I dont want that because > each of those sections under Accounts Payable are going to be really long, > and I dont want a web page that long. I want a page for each section under > Accounts Payable. Maybe a different way of asking is, when I have a tree of > nodes two levels deep I get a page for each top level node, and a page for > each second level node. The top level node also shows a Table Of Contents > for each child node it has. The second level nodes each get a page. But, > when I go to 3 levels of nodes in a tree, it does not create a page for each > 3rd level node. Is there way to make it do that???? > > This example above only has a few nodes just to show the example, but in our > actual document we have about 60+ nodes at this level, this is why it would > make more sense to break them up by group. > > Thanks. >