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Dexs Navigation Tree

This Plugin creates a "Table of Contents" container, show it with the shortcode and / or with the own widget!

3 reviews
Average Rating
2.7 out of 5 stars
Does not work on PHP 5.2
By , for WP 4.0

WordPress requires PHP 5.2.4 or later. I am using PHP 5.2.10, and I can't use this plugin because it makes use of anonymous functions (starting in class.toc.php). This syntax is not supported in PHP until 5.3.x.

Because this plugin requires a newer version of PHP than what WordPress requires, this fact should be noted prominently in the README text.

Excellent for long docs
By , for WP 4.0

Works as stated by the provider. Easy to set up. See it in action at http://www.write-tools.com *

Developer would help him/herself by stating in documentation that documents must use HTML heading tags because that's what taxonomy relies upon: <h2>1st level heading</h2>, <h3>2nd level heading</h3>, and so on (don't go beyond <h4> because it gets messy). Using headings, it works in the same way table of contents mechanisms work in word processing and print production software like Latex.

Bear in mind: post title for long documents is not included in taxonomy. Post myBook would start with something like <h2>Chapter 1: Introduction</h2>. I'd suggest using an paging plugin too.

Note to Deadpool's regard low rating of 1: you're probably not using <hx> tags! ;)

* Article works and development in progress. Website may look a bit lame at the time of this review.

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By , for WP 3.9.2

I would love to find a good sitemap plugin for once... this one looks great but so far I've been unable to get anything but the widget title to display (even on pages/posts, and styling elements with inline and inline-block). If it was working (and actually displayed the base site url as a top tier home link, which it seems most developers ignore...) I'd give it a 5.

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