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In the rendered 300-page PDF, we have duplicate H1 headings in sections that should be subordinate, i.e. instead of H1, H2, H3, we have H1, H1, H2:
Desired behaviour for the rendered PDF:
The desired behaviour feels obvious, so the answer might be staring us in the face. Maybe there's a settings or combination of settings that we overlooked. What we looked at:
Use MultiExcerpt Include Page Context - Use the MultiExcerpt INCLUDE page context instead of the MultiExcerpt page context to render the body of the included MultiExcerpt. This is only used in special cases.
The Include Page macro has no such option.
The Include Content by Label macro has no such option.
Assuming Use Multiexcerpt Include Page Context works, retrofit all page inclusions to multiexcerpt inclusions with the Include Page Context option set.
Maybe someone here knows exactly what to do, "Oh yes, just do X..."