2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 29, 2010 9:36 AM by SETISheryl

    Controlling the Text that follows the Topic Title in Search Results List


      I've recently added miniToc's and some navigational links, such as Go to Top and Previous, to the top of my topics (in the Header of the topic itself) and have noticed that they now appear below the topic Title in the Search Results list. Is there a way to have it skip down to the actual beginning of the article text (Header2)?

        • 1. Re: Controlling the Text that follows the Topic Title in Search Results List
          MergeThis Level 4

          Not unless you use Zoom Search, as alluded to by Peter in your other post. That's what we use to eliminate the breadcrumbs, mini-TOC, Top button, and the <H1> heading (which only repeats the title, and is therefore redundant). In Zoom, this is accomplished with <!--ZOOMSTOP--> and <!--ZOOMRESTART--> tags, as shown here (note also that the navigation stuff is conditionalized for Online only):


          <body lang="EN-US" xml:lang="EN-US">
          <?rh-cbt_start condition="Online" ?><div id="navright">
          <?rh-placeholder type="minitoc" ph-style="font-family:Verdana;font-size:8pt;font-weight: normal;font-style: normal;text-decoration: none;"
            list-type="none" caption="In This Topic" caption-style="font-family:Arial;font-size:8pt;font-weight: normal;font-style: normal;text-decoration: none;"
            margin=";;0px;0px" min-heading-level="h2" max-heading-level="h2" flags="3" ?>
          </div><?rh-cbt_end ?>
          <?rh-cbt_start condition="Online" ?><?rh-placeholder type="breadcrumbs"
          ph-align="0" usetopicformat="0" sep-char=" &gt; " ph-style="font-family:Tahoma;font-size:8pt;font-weight: normal;margin-bottom: 2px;font-style: normal;text-decoration: none;" ?><?rh-cbt_end ?>
          <?rh-cbt_start condition="Online" ?><hr margin-bottom="2px" style="color: #c0c0c0; background-color: #c0c0c0;" size="1" width="50%" align="left" /><?rh-cbt_end ?>
          <h1>Account Templates and Groups</h1>
          <p>Often the same test needs to be applied to more than one



          Good luck,