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Don Quixote, is that you?
Seriously...RH has this placeholder function locked in pretty tight (I tried adding an image inside the code and RH crashed!).
We use a div element to place the placeholder at the top right of the topic:
Then the topic gets this:
<?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" ?>
You could try adding background-color and border-color styles to the div, and then adding highlighting to the placeholder caption in the UI (this might get you the two-tone you want, not sure). As to the image and right-aligned link, you and Sancho might have better luck at the next windmill.
Since you are already using a table...
Why not have two columns? Insert the image in one and the placeholder in the other?
I'm probably oversimplifying... Rick
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I already created two columns. The problem is the way the shading works.
Someone in my office spent a lot of time playing with the CSS, creating whole new classes and such, just to run up against the same limitations as before.
So, we've changed the way we want it all to look to accommodate the limitations.
Thanks for your effort.
Thanks for the code. That helped spur some ideas on how we should proceed.