A table of contents can be activated on any page in the web system. The table of contents will appear at the top of the page and allows readers to jump down the page to the section they are interested in.
The table of contents is auto-generated and based on the headings (Heading 2, Heading 3 and Heading 4) you define on the page through the use of the visual editor's "Style..." drop-down menu. Content styled as a Heading 2 (H2) will make up the first level of the table of contents. Content styled as a Heading 3 (H3) will make up the sub (second level of) bullets. Content styled as a Heading 4 (H4) will make up the third level of bullets in the table of contents.
The best thing about the TOC is that the system will automatically generate and update it for you. As you add and delete headers on the page, the TOC will reflect those changes automatically.
Enable Table of Contents
- Navigate to the page you wish to display a table of contents on and click on the edit tab.
- Click on the Settings sub-option.
- Add a check next to Table of Contents.
- Click the Save button at the bottom of the page.