I have been asked to add a table of contents to a very long article before it can be moved to a niche site. Does anyone know where the Table of Contents capsule that allows for maneuvering to specific areas of articles is located?
I have searched through all the capsule options in edit mode and can't seem to find it.
If such a thing exists, I've never seen it. I think what you are describing sounds like what is on a Wikipedia page. It's an interesting idea.
Oh, you may be right!
I went back to read the email from the editor and she didn't actually use the words 'table of content capsule', but I just assumed that's what her instructions to add a table of contents meant.
Ok, thank you for the clarification. I guess I will just have to find a way to make one using the regular capsule.
I am on my mobile right now, but I explained how on my Hubpages SEO article. I link out to a simple guide. Search HP for glen Table of contents and go to that hub or go through mine if you don't find it.
I can help you. This is it. Hubpages On-Page Seo Guide 2018
Thanks a lot guys!
Found the article on creating a content page using the links capsule through Lodobrandon's article on SEO (link provided in one of the responses below) and the instructions provided made it easy to do, even for a non-coding writer like myself.
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