The Table of Contents macro helps you navigate lengthy pages by summarizing the content structure and providing links to headings used on the page. Headings are indented progressively.
- Choose Insert > Table of Contents in the editor toolbar.
- Adjust any of the Table of Contents parameters to best fit your page content.
- Click on the macro placeholder and choose Edit to display the parameters for this macro in the Macro Browser if you need to make further changes.
Parameters are options that you can set for Expert Wiki macros to control the content or format of the macro output. The table below lists parameters that can be set in the Macro Browser for the Table of Contents.
It is suggested that the default settings are used so that all the pages have a similar Table of Contents.
Display Section Numbering
Select the check box to apply outline numbering to your headings, for example: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3.
Select the style of bullet point for each list item. You can use any valid CSS style. For example:
Sets the indent for a list according to CSS quantities. Entering
This parameter applies to flat lists only. You can enter any of the following values:
Minimum Heading Level
Select the highest heading level to start your TOC list. For example, entering 2 will include levels 2, and lower, headings, but will not include level 1 headings.
Maximum Heading Level
Select the lowest heading level to include. For example, entering 2 will include levels 1 and 2, but will not include level 3 headings and below.
Filter headings to include according to specific criteria. You can use wildcard characters. See Sun's Regex documentation for examples of constructing regular expression strings.
Filter headings to include according to specific criteria. You can use wildcard characters.
|By default, the TOC is set to print. If you clear the check box, the TOC will not be visible when you print the page.|
CSS Class Name
If you have custom TOC styles in your CSS style sheet, use this parameter to output the TOC inside