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  • This plugin so great! But i think you should have a shortcode to custom wordpress page.
    Example: I want echo it on the homepage (I Do not use static page) and…. I Can’t do it!
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  • Plugin Author Steven

    (@shazahm1hotmailcom)

    @myfrogtee

    Sorry, I’m unsure of what you are asking for. Could you give more details?

    If they’re asking for the same thing I’m asking for, it’s for a [toc] shortcode I can add to an arbitrary page. (I don’t have them on pages in general, but there are a couple where it would be useful.)

    I didn’t find a shortcode defined in the main Php file, and [toc] doesn’t appear to work, in any case — I found a page that seemed to imply it would work, but it might have been for another plugin with a similar name.

    It should be reasonably straightforward to add, following the instructions for defining a shortcode in the http://w-shadow.com/blog/2012/06/19/table-of-contents-plugin-tutorial/, but I’m not quite conversant enough with Php in general, or the TOC plugin in partiuclar, to know where the code goes.)

    Thanks for listening!

    Plugin Author Steven

    (@shazahm1hotmailcom)

    @aeric325

    In that context, that does make sense. Not sure I’m going to re-add add a shortcode. I purposefully removed it. In my experience in providing support… shortcodes are great but can be troublesome to use if you are not familiar with them.

    Some one did submit a patch to me that adds a shortcode like placement option. I’m on the fence as to accept the patch or not because it looks like a shortcode, but it is not. I think those familiar with shortcodes would find this confusing.

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