I think it would be useful to give capsules a url so we can put a table of contents on the top and people can click to the subject they would like to view. For example, it would work well for people who have chapters to add to books they're working on. Also, it could be used for a number of hubs that have different sections with information.
If this is already possible, please tell me how to do it! Thank you.
I remember someone writing a hub on how to do that. Hopefully, someone else will remember the who and which hub.
I think this is what you're looking for:
I believe it was written by darkside, but I couldn't find the exact hub. I suppose you could just find one of his hubs that has a table of contents and examine the source code to see how he does it.
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