Table Styles Options
ePublisher provides many options to allow you to customize your content transformation process and implement the online features you need. For example, the options define table of contents levels, popup windows, and related topics, as well as many other features and behaviors.
Additional CSS classes
Specifies an additional class name to include in the output class name for the selected style. This option is helpful if you are using a custom .css file. ePublisher supports this option only in output formats that support cascading style sheets. This option is available all styles except marker styles.
This option lets you specify other classes to add to the class statement in the generated output for the selected style. For example, if you have a class in your .css file called Red that defines the text color as red, you can specify Red in the Additional CSS classes option for each style you want to have red text. ePublisher adds this class to the class name in the generated output, such as classname=”sourcestylename Red”.
Specifies whether the selected style is included in the generated output. This option is available for all styles except marker styles. By default. the Generate output option is set to Enabled so that all content is included in the output. If you select Disabled, the content with the selected style does not appear in the generated output.
Page break priority
Specifies how to handle page breaks for the selected paragraph style. This option specifies whether to create a new page starting with the selected paragraph style and allows you to avoid new pages with a heading and no content if two headings occur in a row in your source documents. The default value is None, which does not create a new page.
This option works with the Page break handling format setting to give you complete control for how ePublisher handles page breaks. To access the Page break handling format setting, click Target Settings on the Target menu. With the default Page break handling format setting, to create a new page every time the selected paragraph style exists, select the highest priority level of 1. To create a new page only if the preceding paragraph did not create a new page, select a lower priority level of 2 through 5. For more information, see “Defining New Pages (Page Breaks)” on page 122.
Use document cell widths
Specifies whether ePublisher sets all cell widths for tables of the selected table style to the same values as defined in the source document. If you set this option to Disabled, ePublisher sets table cell widths based on the size of the viewer window.
If the font size for your online table text differs from your source documents, enabling the Use document cell widths option may not give you the desired results. For example, if fonts for online tables are larger than in your source documents, some of the table text may wrap in the cells in the generated output.