Thanks for the prompt response Eric
I tried the solution for the first problem but it seems like there is something wrong. I splited the TOC. But it is not giving me the desired output. I will explain u what exactly I am doing.
My project has an assembly which exposes some classes and APIs. I am generating a help for the project that documents the classes and API, the tutorial on how to use API. The TOC should look like below.
My Project SDK <--- Contains the welcome note.
- Conceptual overview <---- Overview of my project
- Getting started tutorial <--- Help on how to start using the project kit
- Programming Reference <--- Help on all the classes and APIs exported by the namespace,
I have created first 3 pages as conceptual content and I am planning to display the namespace on the programming reference page. I splitted the 'My Project SDK' node. In SHFB I set the RootNamespaceContainer property to true and I set the name of the
namespace in RootNamespaceTitle. The output chm file is showing the only the namespace node, not any conceptual content. This is how my project output looks
Please suggest me something.
In the conceptual content editor, you can mark a conceptual content node as the split location (the toolbar button that looks like a page split in two or the Split Table of Content option on the Content menu). Items before it appear above the reference
content and the marked item and those below it appear below the reference content. Then, using the
project property you can get the reference content to appear in its own folder. You can use the
project property to give it a title other than "Namespaces" if you like. Note that the split option can only be applied to root-level topics. You can't place the reference content in a conceptual content
sub-folder. For that, you'd need to write a plug-in.
Regarding #2, you can use <codeEntityReference>
elements within conceptual topics to link to the reference topics. If using the SHFB content editor, hit F3 or select Code Entity Search from the Window menu to open the search
pane. From there you can search for elements and then drag and drop them into the topic to create the links automatically. For more information on how the links are constructed, see the MAML Guide which is available at the Sandcastle