[racket] How to scribble HTML with no-toc

From: Tim Brown (tim.brown at cityc.co.uk)
Date: Wed Nov 3 11:01:02 EDT 2010

On 03/11/10 14:45, Matthew Flatt wrote:
> Oh, right. You can use the 'toc-hidden style on all the sub-parts, but
> I don't think there's currently a style on a part to leave out the "on
> this page" panel. We could add one, or you could add a bit of CSS to
> make "tocviewsublistonly" hidden.

Thanks again...

I don't know if this is the intended behaviour, but...
the following document has no TOC and no "on this page" at all as a
result of:  'scribble --html'

But with: 'scribble --htmls'
I need [#:style '(no-toc toc-hidden)] on all parts (document title, foo
and moo) if I want nothing to appear on the left of my pages.

I don't know whether I should declare that this is inconsistent
behaviour. It's certainly convenient for me to have to style only the
title and first section.

#lang scribble/base
@title[#:style '(no-toc toc-hidden)]{Document Title}
Introductory bit...
@section[#:style '(toc-hidden)]{All about Foo}
Foo is related to ``bar'' in some way.
@section{All about Moo}
Moo is the noise that cows make.


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