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HTML to MadCap Flare by Peter Lavin

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Chapter 6. Tables of Contents

If you have chunked HTML files, then you doubtless have a table of contents (ToC) for navigating those files. Flare uses a different mechanism for navigation, so there’s no reason to import the ToC into Flare. However, if your ToC uses an HTML list (<ul>, <ol> or <dl>), you may be able to convert that HTML list to a Flare TOC. Depending upon how many files you are importing, this can save you considerable effort.

Flare projects are usually different from books; They are a collection of topic files with no overarching structure. You are free to determine what elements will appear, in what order, and in what relation to one another. You do this using a Flare table of contents (TOC) file.

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I use the acronym ToC ...

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