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TOCs in articles?
- To: ldp-docbook <>
- Subject: TOCs in articles?
- From: Dan York <>
- Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 07:59:14 -0400
- Organization: Linuxcare
- Resent-date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 07:58:58 -0400 (EDT)
- Resent-message-id: <rDOi6D.A.StF.rUvc5@murphy>
Okay, now I'm confused. I'm using the template that Stein provided
and working on a HOWTO. I have no problem coding the DocBook... I've
been using SGML and HTML since the early 1990s. My challenge is this -
how do I get the nice table of contents to be at the beginning?
When I used <book>... </book> as the overrall element, I simply put
a <toc></toc> at the point where I wanted the TOC and it was very nicely
However, the template - and another HOWTO I submitted changes for (NIS) -
both use <article>... </article> as the overall element. There appears
to be no way to generate a TOC for this type of document. Is that
Am I missing something? Or is it the style of all new HOWTOs to *NOT*
have a TOC at the beginning?
Thanks in advance.
Dan York, Linuxcare, Inc.
1-603-264-0129 mobile, 603-268-0691 tel, 603-268-0103 fax
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