Easy Table of Contents – WordPress plugin Free download

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Easy Table of Contents

Description

A user friendly, featured focused plugin which allows you to insert a table of contents into your posts, pages and custom post types.

Features

Automatically generate a table of contents for your posts, pages and custom post types by parsing its contents for headers.
Optionally enable for pages and/or posts. Custom post types are supported, as long as their content is output with the the_content() template tag.
Optionally auto insert the table of contents into the page, selectable by enabled post type.
Provides many easy to understand options to configure when and where to insert the table of contents.
Many options are available to configure how the inserted table of contents appears which include several builtin themes. If the supplied themes do no meet you needs, you can create your own by choosing you own colors for the border, background and link color.
Multiple counter bullet formats to choose from; none, decimal, numeric and roman.
Choose to display the table of contents hierarchical or not. This means headings of lower priority will be nested under headings of higher priority.
User can optionally hide the table of contents. You full control of this feature. It can be disabled and you can choose to have it hidden by default.
Supports smooth scrolling.
Selectively enable or disabled the table of contents on a post by post basis.
Choose which headings are used to generate the table of contents. This too can be set on a post by post basis.
Easily exclude headers globally and on a post by post basis.
If you rather not insert the table of contents in the post content, you can use the supplied widget and place the table of contents in your theme’s sidebar.
The widgets supports being affixed or stuck on the page so it is always visible as you scroll down the page. NOTE: this is an advanced option since every theme is different, you might need support from your theme developer to learn what the correct item selector to use in the settings to enable this feature.
The widget auto highlights the sections currently visible on the page. The highlight color is configurable.
Developer friendly with many action hooks and filters available. More can be added by request on Github. Pull requests are welcomed.

Live Examples

Here are links to documentation pages for several of the premium templates for the Connections Business Directory plugin which utilize the widget included with this plugin:

cMap Template Docs
Circled Template Docs
Gridder Template Docs

Roadmap

Fragment caching for improved performance.
Support for <!--nextpage-->.
Customizer support.

Requirements

WordPress version: >= 3.2
PHP version: >= 5.2.4

Credit

Easy Table Contents is a fork of the excellent Table of Contents Plus plugin by Michael Tran.

Screenshots

The General section of the settings.
The Appearance section of the settings.
The Advanced section of the settings.

Installation

Using the WordPress Plugin Search

Navigate to the Add New sub-page under the Plugins admin page.
Search for easy table of contents.
The plugin should be listed first in the search results.
Click the Install Now link.
Lastly click the Activate Plugin link to activate the plugin.

Uploading in WordPress Admin

Click to Download the plugin zip file and save it to your computer.
Navigate to the Add New sub-page under the Plugins admin page.
Click the Upload link.
Select Easy Table of Contents zip file from where you saved the zip file on your computer.
Click the Install Now button.
Lastly click the Activate Plugin link to activate the plugin.

Using FTP

Click to Download the plugin zip file and save it to your computer.
Extract the Easy Table of Contents zip file.
Create a new directory named easy-table-of-contents directory in the ../wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Upload the files from the folder extracted in Step 2.
Activate the plugin on the Plugins admin page.

FAQ

Ok, I’ve installed this… what do I do next?

You first stop should be the Table of Contents settings admin page. You can find this under the Settings menu item.

You first and only required decision is you need to decide which post types you want to enable Table of Contents support for.
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