Regarding your Hub about creating a Table of Contents
Do you know whether this set of instructions would also work in Blogger? Thank you.
If you had a long post with sub-headings you could, but it would require inserting your own anchors and would involve more fiddling around than what I outlined in my Table of Contents hub.
Or if you mean use your module links for your hub, posting them in a blogger post so a person can go directly to that part of the hub, then yes, the links will work.
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
It would be really cool to add a table of contents to hubs and click through sections. So extremely long hubs would allow someone to click the link in the TOC and take them to that section.Actually, I have seen someone create a link to a section of a hub before, but it takes a bit of knowledge...
by Sid Kemp 6 years ago
Permission on HubPages table of contentsHi Darkside - I really appreciate your hub from four years ago about how to write a table of contents for a hub. I've found an easier way to make it work. I hope you don't mind if I create a new hub, with credit to you, on an easy way to make a table of...
by Glen Kowalski 3 years ago
I published my first hub tonight. All the material was already written (was going to use it on squidoo before the 'great purge' and I got fed up with them. So here are my questions...First, I plan on making a large collection of hubs about fishing, specifically saltwater fishing at...
by Lena Kovadlo 4 years ago
I have come across a few hubs where there is a table of contents within a hub and when I click on any of the things within the table of contents I am taken to that specific section within that hub. I had no idea that option was even available when creating a new hub. At the very least I've not come...
by Glen Kowalski 3 years ago
I tend to create long-form content. A table of contents or a search function at the top of a hub would greatly benefit my users who may already know a bit about the subject and are looking for something new.
by JourneyHolm 5 months ago
I just got a Table of Contents snipped from a 7,000+ word article. Is HP not allowing Tables of Contents any longer? How do I guide my audience toward specific information within the article without using a Table of Contents? Thank you!
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