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Old 08-17-2011, 04:32 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Toxaris View Post
If you want to use an inline TOC, essentially a XHTML file containing the TOC, you don't need header tags. Just just references to the tags, for which you easily can use the id's btw.
So how do I make Sigil generate a proper NCX from that inline TOC?

The chapter headings in this book (Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol - Illustrated Edition) are images. The heading for the first chapter looks like this:
Code:
  <h1 class="calibre7 sigilNotInTOC" id="filepos67125"><span class="calibre8 bold"><img alt="" class="calibre5" src="../Images/00030.jpg" /></span></h1>
I think that the reason it has "sigilNotInTOC" is because all those chapters appeared as TOC entries with no text, so I hid them in Sigil.
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