1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 8, 2012 7:52 AM by Willam van Weelden

    Where can I find the options for usetopicformat?

    Todeka

      Where can I find the options for usetopicformat? It appears that usetopicformat="0" (I'm formatting breadcrumb placeholders) ignores the style sheet and uses the settings in the rh-placeholder string).

       

      I'd like to put settings in a style sheet. But changing to usetopicformat = "1" doesn't seem to help.

       

      Are these "advanced" codes documented anywhere?

       

      The full context is: I'm using a fixed position on the screen so the breadcrumb doesn't scroll (which works) but the classes in the style sheet are ignored.

       

      Extract from topic:

      <div id="test" class="test" style="background-color: #ffffff; border: none; padding: 5px; position: fixed;

        width: 400px; height: 30px; top: 100px; right: 50px;">

      <?rh-placeholder type="breadcrumbs" ph-align="2" sep-char="&gt;" home="Home"

        usetopicformat="1" ph-style="font-family:Arial;font-size:10pt;font-weight: normal;font-style: normal;text-decoration: none;" ?>

      </div>

       

      Extract from style sheet:

      /*  Classes below should not scroll.*/

      p.test {

            position:fixed

            font-size: 8pt;

      }

       

      Output is to Webhelp.

       

      Tom

        • 1. Re: Where can I find the options for usetopicformat?
          Willam van Weelden Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Hi Tom,

           

           

           

          As far as I have found, using the topic style prevents Robo from using it’s own styling for the breadcrumbs. But I saw that it also adds the class ‘breadcrumbs’ to the paragraph holding the breadcrumbs. So you should be able to use the following CSS selector to style the placeholder:

           

           

           

          p.breadcrumbs {

           

                          //Your styling here

           

          }

           

           

           

          Greet,

           

           

           

          Willam