Originally Posted by JSWolf
A lot of publisher ePub have both a real ToC and an internal ToC. The real ToC (a lot of the time) will have an entry for this internal ToC. That is plain stupid. I'm already at the ToC. I have no need or desire to go to the internal ToC.
The inline ToC may contain information beyond plain, functional chapter and section references. It may just be styled more prettily! What's the advantage in hiding it?