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contentOVERVIEW

This WordPress – plugin creates a hierarchical overview like a TOC (table of content) about all used headers in your posting. It generates the leading, the following and all the sub numbers automatically and indent the lines of overview list with nonbreaking spaces. Also creates an ID attribute at the header tags for linking with the url fragment after the #.

It provides a lot of list styles e.g. numeric with decimal numbers, with only identation, with disc and circle bullets and some other ways with roman numbers and alphanumeric enumeration.

You can use jumps between the headers and you can set a start value for the first header.

See the plugin in action:

Example

Insert the Template-Tag <?php contentoverview( $prefix, $suffix); ?> in your loop. Setup the plugin on each post or page (scroll down to contentOVERVIEW module when editing)

You can use modifiers when „Use jumps between headers” are enabled. Write $+n

The plugin generate not a real list with <li> items. Set a $prefix and $suffix like a div tag to wrap arround the list.

Functionality

H4 - Your heading hierarchy H3 - The importance of headings H4 - HTML headings are very useful H5 – Importance of HTML headings for accessibility H4 – Reasons to use headings H3 – Requirements for a good structure H3 - Headings in descending order of importance H4 - It is easier to read an article with heading differences H5 - Heading hierarchy works on the web as in print H5 - Six heading tags are available in HTML 1. Your heading hierarchy 2. The importance of headings

2.1. HTML headings are very useful

2.1.1. Importance of HTML headings for accessibility

2.2. Reasons to use headings 3. Requirements for a good structure 4. Headings in descending order of importance

4.1. It is easier to read an article with heading differences

4.1.1. Heading hierarchy works on the web as in print

4.1.2.  Six heading tags are available in HTML

Administration

The admin panel let you set up some options and set the list style.

Installation

  1. Create a directory and name it `contentoverview` in the plugin directory `/wp-content/plugins`
  2. Upload `contentoverview.php` and `contentoverview-admin.php` to the `/wp-content/plugins/contentoverview` directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  4. Use the `<?php contentoverview(); ?>` Template-Tag inside your loop.
    AND
    select an display method in the admin-panel