Support » Plugin: Getwid - Gutenberg Blocks » Advanced headings – ‘html anchor’ and ‘content structure’

  • Resolved toll02

    (@toll02)


    Hi
    I notice that when using an ‘advanced heading’ in conjuction with a ‘title tag’ (h2 / h3 3tc) that:
    1. the title is not included in the WP ‘content’ structure – and subsequent native WP headings are listed there as ‘incorrect heading level’ This is a shame plus I wonder if these titles are properly recognised by google.
    2. I am unable to apply an HTML anchor to Getwid advanced heading in the way I would apply one to WP header, which is a shame. The ability to do this for a ‘section’ has been very helpful.
    3. I am unable to use ‘table of content’ automators (eg. Ultimate Blocks plugin) with getwid advanced headers.
    And as I cannot easily add HTML anchors, manually building a table of contents using custom html is a messy process.
    I wondered if any of these things will be addressed in future updates?
    Many thanks

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  • Plugin Support Dmytro

    (@dimned)

    Hi @toll02,
    Thanks for contacting us and for you feedback:
    1. The heading tags are applied properly http://prntscr.com/t0jrh1 Could you clarify the point? What tool do you use to analyze structure?
    2. and 3. Our developers are working on adding Table of Contents block and Anchor block. It will be released in one of the next versions. We will notify you once it is available.

    Let me know if you have any further questions.

    Thanks for the speedy reply. I can see your point re google recognition, thanks plus your anchor block and TOC plans.

    The place that doesn’t recognise them at the moment is the ‘content structure’ (the ‘i’) within the standard WP post editor, where you are told number of words, paragraphs etc. For me only standard WP native headings are listed in here and as I use the getwid advanced heading option for my h2 and h3s and not for my h4 it only recognizes my h4s and tell me I am using an incorrect heading level.

    Thanks

    Plugin Support Dmytro

    (@dimned)

    Hi @toll02,
    Thanks for the explanation. I’ve added your request to our list of features and we will notify you if we have any news about it.

    Plugin Support Arsen A.

    (@arsengunner)

    Hi, @toll02!
    I am delighted to let you know that yesterday, on June 25th, we have released the new Getwid update – v. 1.6.0! The new Anchor block and Table of Contents block have been also added to blocks list 😉 I hope you will enjoy these new blocks you have requested.
    It would be also appreciated if you leave your positive feedback about Getwid at: https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/getwid/reviews/#new-post.

    Regards,
    Arsen

    Thanks. Have tried the advanced heading anchor text – thank you! Review left.

    Hi. I have tried applying the new anchor text facility on an advanced heading on this page: https://gingerbeergolftravel.com/st-andrews-scotland-sample-tours/
    For testing purposes I have created an internal link of #more to the top ‘discover’ button and applied the anchor link to the second advanced heading on the page – ‘tour2 …’.
    It doesn’t seem to work …
    The button link works if I apply it to a anchor text applied to a ‘vanilla’ wordpress title, eg. my H3 heading at the bottom of the page for “Need help planning …”
    Many thanks

    …update. as well as the anchor link not working work, I find after a few page refreshes the HTML anchor for the heading in the ‘advanced’ section has disappeared.

    Plugin Support Dmytro

    (@dimned)

    Hi @toll02,
    Thanks for your feedback. We have replicated the case. We will do our best to fix it as soon as it is possible.
    We are sorry for temporary inconveniences.

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