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Re: links in html within a page

From: Graham Percival
Subject: Re: links in html within a page
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2007 17:36:13 -0700
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Karl Berry wrote:
    said that they used the all-in-one HTML page instead of the split HTML

Is that the only issue?  How about split-by-chapter with a normal node
structure?  (texi2html will give you that.)

Unfortunately, the desire was for split-by-subsection. I see now that texi2html can't do that, but since it's perl I could probably supply a patch that enables split-by-subsection instead of -section.

    where 1.1.1 has a web page which includes the four @unnumberedsubsubsec,

My thought is to use @subsubheading ...

    but all of the above is shown in the table of contents.

... and write postprocessing script to create the TOC.

Hmm, that's worth investigating.

    Perhaps the real answer is to use texi2html for our HTML docs; it claims
    to be much more flexible.

You can definitely play with the emitted HTML to a much greater extent
in texi2html.  But whether it's going to help you automatically create a
toc for nodes that don't exist, I dunno.

I should clarify that changing @node to @anchor was purely a hack to produce a split-by-subsection (not split-by-node-in-each-subsubsection) while still printing a full TOC.

At this very moment, I'm reading an "intro to sed" webpage to see how to undo the @node->@anchor change. :)

- Graham

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