3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 17, 2011 12:19 PM by tosujoy


    tosujoy Level 1

      In my RH 8, I used two mater pages, one for title & other for rest of the HTML files. I don't want breadcrumbs in my title page of my HTML help. The master page for all the HTML files has header and footer. I want to put the breadcrumbs above the header, but I am unable to do so.

      I want to achieve two objectives in my HTML Help:

      1. No breadcrumbs in the first page, i.e., title page.
      2. All the HTML pages except title page, breadcrumbs should be above the header.

      Please suggest.

        • 1. Re: Breadcrumbs
          Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Hi there


          Assuming I'm understanding the situation correctly, you should be able to achieve it easily.


          For starters, don't use the Global Breadcrumbs feature in the Single Source Layouts and only apply them selectively via Master Pages.


          Use a different Master Page (or no Master Page at all) for the one topic where you don't want the breadcrumbs. Then add breadcrumbs to the master page and associate it with topics where you want breadcrumbs.


          Cheers... Rick


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          • 2. Re: Breadcrumbs
            tosujoy Level 1

            When I create breadcrumbs through the WebHelp Navigation – WebHelp dialog box, then breadcrumbs are created on top of the HTML header. In other case, when breadcrumbs are created through master page, breadcrumbs are created below the header.

            So, could you let me know that through master page how to bring the breadcrumbs above the header?


            • 3. Re: Breadcrumbs
              tosujoy Level 1

              Ohhh.. I think Im close to my own question. I didn’t use header, instead of that I used a simple text in the master page, which I used it as a header for the HTML files.