Add TOC (Table Of Contents) to Your WordPress Posts Or Pages
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Here, in this post we are going to a see how we can add Table of Contents to our WordPress posts and pages. Here we are going to install a plugin to do this work, why I have chosen this plugin is, it is so simple and yet do the work very well. It doesn’t have more settings and features but the way it is created is 100% apt for what it meant to be. You can also give it a try. I hope you will like this. Now let’s begin.
Today I was just trying to create a post, at that time I decided to include the Table of Contents to the post, then I searched for plugins which does the work well. I found many in the Add New plugin page when I search for the keyword “Table of Contents”, but most of them has too many functinalities and configurations in it. Then I found this plugin F(X)-TOC. I liked it as it is very simple and doesn’t have much configurations.
Steps to add TOC to your post or page
Adding a TOC to your page or post with this plugin is so simple. You just need to add toc in square brackets to your post or pages when you need the table of contents to be displayed, then this plugin will take all the heading elements (h1-h6) and add those in to the table of contents. That’s pretty much simple right? Let’s see it in action now. As in the preceding image, I have set the table of contents and my heading elements.
Now if you run your page/post you can see the table of contents.
That’s all, too simple right?
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