This Plugin creates a "Table of Contents" container, show it with the shortcode and / or with the own widget!
Write the following shortcode on the top of your posts and pages. And don't forget: Add the shortcode ALSO after each code, if you want to display the TOC Container on each page!
Or move the "Table of Contents" widget to your main sidebar.
Use the shortcode generator on the administration page ('Settings' -> 'Dexs Navigation Tree') or use the following attributes inside the [dexs_toc] shortcode:
New in 1.2.0
title="Table of Contents"
border="1px solid #d0d0d0"
You have 2 options since version 1.2.0.
Option 1: Heading Elements
Use the content heading elements <h1> - <h6> (You don't have to start with <h1>).
[dexs_toc type="h"] <h1>Title 1</h1> <h2>Title 2</h2>
Option 2: Class Names
Use the class names "anchor-1" up to "anchor-6" inside a <span>, <p>, <div>, <i>, <b>, <strong> or <section> element. Now you can display a different title between the post content and the TOC Container. (If you need this).
PS.: The element with the "anchor-*" class name will removed, so don't insert more then the TOC title!
[dexs_toc type="c"] <span class="anchor-1">My TOC Title 1</span> <h1>My Post Title 1</h1> <span class="anchor-2">My TOC Title 2</span> <h2>My Post Title 2</h2>
The widget will show automatically on post and pages (is_page() && is_post()). If you need special settings, use The Widget Logic WordPress Plugin to define exactly where the widget should display and where not.
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.0.5
Last Updated: 2014-11-27
Active Installs: 100+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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