I have a huge collection of pages and I want to create different TOCs used for different PDF output to be compiled. Some topics (pages) may be overlapping in different PDF files.
Even the same is required while delivering content in online + static HTML format too.
Can anyone please guide me on how to do that?
The table of contents plugin allows you to create table of contents by including or excluding header styles (e.g., h1, h2, h3). By using these strategically, you should be able to create different tables of contents for the same content.
You can also exclude specific headers using the macro. The macro browser windows gives you all those options and is easy to use.
Thank you for your suggestion. However this navigation i am talking is not only about a single page. It is for a collection of pages across multiple spaces. To deliver a documentation set to the audience for a specific modular application, I need to create navigation. The same navigation is needed in online / static HTML / PDF forms.
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