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