After installation, assign the plugin to an Editor Profile in Editor Profiles -> Features & Layout by dragging the icon into an editor toolbar row.
Parameters can be set in Editor Profiles -> Plugin Parameters -> Table of Contents.
Set the maximum depth up to which Header tags in the content will be scanned to create the Table of Contents, eg: H1 - H3
Default tag to use for the Table of Contents
Alternate classname(s) for the Table of Contents container. Seperate multiple classnames with a space.
Alternate classname(s) for the Table of Contents Heading. Seperate multiple classnames with a space.
Select a place in the content to create the Table of Contents and click the Table of Contents button. A Table of Contents list will be created from existing Headings (H1 to H6) in the content, with a title of "Table of Contents".
The title is editable but to change the Table of Contents list items, change each Heading in the content and click the Table of Contents button again.
Added an option to set the Table of Contents depth from 1-6
Added parameter options for Container Class, Header Tag and Header Class
Added data-wf-toc identifier attribute
Container and Header classes support multiple space seperated values
TOC would generate unnecessary nested lists in some instances
Updating the Table of Contents by clicking the button would replace any edits of the Table of Contents title