Description of problem:
I am trying to create an HTML document with a TOC on the RHS and multiple HTML pages, with each chapter and major section on a separate page.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I am using Publican 3.2
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a document. 'publican create --name testdocument'
2. Build it to produce the TOC on the RHS 'publican build --formats=html-desktop --langs=en-US'
3. If you open the html page, you can see the TOC on the RHS and all content is on a single HTML page.
Since I'm using html-desktop, Publican outputs the document as a single HTML page with the table of contents located in a separate pane on the left side of the document.
I want the TOC to be present on the RHS but the content to be displayed in multiple HTML pages, with each chapter and major section on a separate pages like it displays when I build with option 'html'.
Can I get this done if I create a website instead of a document?
(In reply to Cheryl Fernandes from comment #0)
> Description of problem:
> I am trying to create an HTML document with a TOC on the RHS and multiple
> HTML pages, with each chapter and major section on a separate page.
You can't get this without creating a brand and customising the output.
What I'd recommend is using DocBook5 & html output and then in your brand modify the css so that the TOC, which is at the bottom as a pop-up, is displayed on the RHS and not a pop-up.