How do you create a functioning table of contents for your hubs?
By that I mean a table of contents with clickable chapters (or sections) that'll scroll you to that point of the hub automatically... I've seen it done, most instructions on this say you need to have a link, but that means re-opening the page, but at the part you want. That's not quite what I'm after.
I have read one hub and it is very clear
Its from the hubber Darkside. Highly recommend it. It is called 'Table of Contents'
Cannot add the link here but just search for it. Let me know if you cannot find it and I can msg you.
I've seen that one, but it's not quite what I'm attempting.
There is a way (I've seen once on a hub I can't remember now) to have a link that literally just scrolls down the page to the point you're looking for. I thought it was pretty nifty but I can't reproduce it!
by Glen 10 years ago
In the spirit of community sharing and caring I give to you a step by step tutorial on how to make a Table Of Contents for your hubs.If you're familiar with HTML it's easy enough. Just a bit fiddly. The only way to make it easier is if HubPages HQ make a capsule to do it automagically.
by Gary R. Smith 5 years ago
How can a Table of Contents be made for one's hubs?Would it be within the rules to link to a Table of Contents for one's hubs, that is a page made off-site?In order to offer readers a Table of Contents for all my hubs, I made an off-site page of links. Can't put the url here but it is on the...
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
It appears that there are MANY hubbers who would like to see the ability to add a table of contents (TOC) to their longer hubs. There is currently an active discussion on the matter here: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/113669However, the instructions are rather cumbersome, and for those of...
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
I have read that site maps are great for web site to help with search engine crawlers. Can we list a site map on our hubs at HP through the link capsule since are hubs are not more than one page? Can we do this and place a link to the header within that page?Or would it just be better to take a...
by Glen Kowalski 4 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 Glen Kowalski 4 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...
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