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What do you mean by headers? Something inside the HEAD section, or the TITLE tag, or an H1 tag?
As to the Return to Top, all that's needed is a link to # (a href="#").
Although I'm still using X502 myself, others using RH7 have indicated that breadcrumbs simply follow the TOC structure (regardless of headers, I assume). Or, they'll trash me for getting it wrong!
Thanks for responding. By Header, I am referring to Header Section of the Topic. HTML code is: placeholder id=header.
With respect to the Breadcrumbs, I think you are right.
My topics are in a folder. When I link to link to the # in the template, the link does not work in the topic. Hyperlink properties in the topic are: ..\#
How can I define a relative path in the template?
Within a topic, creating a link to a href="#" serves as a "reload" of that topic. The "..\" in the path is counter-productive.
Very strange, I have been trying to solve this issue. Here is my structure:
Folder One - Contains all related topics (e.g.Topic A1)
Folder Two - Contains all related topics (e.g. Topic A2)
Created a template with the # link and attached to topics A1 and A2
At the topic level the hyperlink properties are ..\Folder One\#
I modified the properties to #.
Topic A1 works; Topic A2 (same template attached) does not work.
If I modify A2, the A1 does not work.It seems the be the folder structure, as I have 22 folders, I could create 22 templates - one per folder.
RX7 crashes frequently when working with templates.
I think you will struggle a bit with this, as RoboHelp is probably trying to be ever so helpful and attempting to calculate a relative path based on the folder.
Just thinking out loud here... Rick
I think I'd try fooling RH by making copies of the template within each folder with sequential identifiers. For example, place header1.htt within Folder 1, place header2.htt (identical to header1.htt) within Folder 2, etc.
That way, RH won't try inserting any path at all, since the template will reside in the same folder as the topic you're assigning it to. Remember, all you need is a href="#". After you've followed the previous suggestion, check the TrueCode and see if that's the link path.