KB User's Guide - Documents Tab - Creating Table of Contents (TOC) within a KB page using jQuery
A Table of Contents (TOC) at the top of your document can be useful should your document have a lot of content divided by headers. The combination of using a jQuery snippet and wrapping the headers in h2 and/or h3 containers will turn the headers into links at the top of your document. The content will then become easily accessible by clicking on a link. This document will show you how to make a TOC of your very own.
- Open your document in HTML mode.
- Type the following at the very top of the body field.
This is what it should look like on your screen.
/* Specify elements to be used as TOC heading */
This is what it should look like on your screen. Modify the
h2,h3 below to suit your document.
- While still in HTML mode, begin entering your headers (as seen below, circled in blue) and content beneath each header. Wrap the headers as in the example below:
You can see the table of contents in action in this document.
Sample Doc: How To Remove Coffee Stains From Your Clothes