Hi Harry

Harry Mangalam wrote:
> Hi Stuart,
> Thanks for the zippy reply.  You make a good point - I also can see 
> the ToC on the asciidoc homepage just fine in FF, Konqy, Opera, etc, 
> but not the ToC on the ones that I generate.  When viewing the source 
> of each, my doc has a lot of js functions related to generating the 
> ToC whereas the asciidoc page does not (or at least where I could see 
> them), but it did have a lot of links to css docs:
> ===
> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./xhtml11.css" type="text/css" />
> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./xhtml11-quirks.css" type="text/css" />
> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./layout1.css" type="text/css" />
> <script type="text/javascript">
> /*<![CDATA[*/
> window.onload = function(){generateToc(2)}
> /*]]>*/
> </script>
> <script type="text/javascript" src="./toc.js"></script>
> <title>AsciiDoc User Guide</title>
> ===
> where mine did not.  Is that an indication that I'm running the 
> asciidoc command incorrectly?

The website does have a custom conf file hence different header stuff, 
but I don't have any problems with the standard AsciiDoc output either 
-- send me an example .html file that exhibits the problems.

> hjm
> On Monday 13 August 2007, Stuart Rackham wrote:
>> Hi Harry
>> Harry Mangalam wrote:
>>> Like some others, I have had problems generating a TOC with the
>>> command:
>>> asciidoc -a toc -a numbered  <input file>
>>> This generates a nicely formatted page, but with a blank Table of
>>> Contents (just the line 'Table of Contents' with no visible ToC.
>>> I've tested in Konqueror, Firefox, and Opera, all with Javascript
>>> as enabled as possible, and no Toc.
>>> I can see that there is considerable ToC Javascript embedded in
>>> the page, but it's not being rendered.
>> Take a look at the home page http://www.methods.co.nz/asciidoc/ you
>> should see the TOC displayed (I've tested with ff, ie6,7 and
>> Konqueror 3.5.6)
>> One possibility is that if your page is taking a while to load
>> linked images from other sites the JavaScript won't execute till
>> they're finished loading or timed out.
>> Also if you have a slow PC it may take a few of seconds for the
>> JavaScript to generate the TOC listing.
>>> Is there anything else that can force generation of the Visible
>>> ToC?
>> Cheers, Stuart

Cheers, Stuart

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