3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 9, 2013 9:56 AM by Captiv8r

    Change layout of navigation links


      Is it possible to have the navigation links Contents, Index, Search and Glossary appear in a vertical row below the topic list instead of horizontally across the top?  I am generating into WebHelp and I need to change the location to be at the bottom of the left side window.

        • 1. Re: Change layout of navigation links
          Willam van Weelden Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          As our lead developer is fond of saying: "technically, everything is possible." Is it feasible? For all practical purposes: no.


          However, if you like a challenge and if you're well versed in JavaScript, I can point you to the scripts involved in creating and placing the navigation bar: You need to change the frameset created in whskin_frmset01.htm to place the navigation bar below the other content. Then you need to change the styling (and the table created for the navigation bar) in whtbar.js. But only try this if you have time to spare.





          • 2. Re: Change layout of navigation links
            janlg Level 1

            Sorry that I answered incorrectly yesterday.  You gave the me scripts involved in creating/placing the nave bar in the 2nd part of the email.  I should have asked for more information if you come across it down the road.


            Thanks, William.



            Jan Gustafson  |  Technical Communicator  |  InterApp


            Message was edited by: Captiv8r - Removed SPAM bait.

            • 3. Re: Change layout of navigation links
              Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              Hi Jan


              You may want to re-think replying to posts via E-Mail. I just removed most of your signature line as this is a public facing forum and as such, tends to be a harvesting ground for spammers.to begin flooding your in-box with all sorts of money making offers, body enhancement and the like.


              Cheers... Rick