I'm building a rather large WebHelp Pro system. Forward and
backward buttons won't fit logically with the structure and I'm
planning on not them. Instead users will have to use the book tree
to navigate. Because there are so many sub-books/topics I was
wondering if there was a way to create a button the user could
click to collapse all the books (to the closed position) and thus
return them to the initial view.
I was thinking I might be able to use a button linked to a
redirect page but...?
Thanks in advance - Nick
PS - I know that Dreamweaver's help (I think this is
WinHelp?) only lets you open one book at a time and automatically
closes anything else. This would also be acceptable.
Unfortunately, the Technical Note Brian pointed you to would
only apply to a compiled .CHM output.
You should easily be able to "collapse" all books by simply
constructing a link that would open the WebHelp Pro system as if
you were opening it for the first time. So whatever the link is
that generically opens the system, use that.
Here's another idea: Add a button to your skin. Call it
"Home" or something useful. Then edit the new button and add the