Swiss Army Block 1.6 adds Table of Contents block

Swiss Army Block 1.6 adds a page-based Table of Contents block. That is, the block creates a table of contents of the page being viewed. Obviously very useful for sites with a lot of content visible on a single page, like newspapers, magazines and blogs. Soemtimes users are reluctant to scroll down, so content can go unread. A table of contents of the page provides another way to prompt them to view all your content.

Example of mouseover activated Table of Contents in a normal state
Example of mouseover activated Table of Contents in a normal state
Example of mouseover activated Table of Contents in a mouseover state
Example of mouseover activated Table of Contents in a mouseover state

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is achieved by entering the classes for the elements to be used in the table of contents.

TOCs can be activated by a click, mouseover or always displayed. Further, they can be pinned to the page so as the user scrolls, the TOC and/or its header, stay in view.

Example of mouseover activated Table of settings
Example of mouseover activated Table of settings

About Chris Howard

Chris is a web developer specializing in add-ons for the awesome Headway Themes framework for WordPress. When not coding, he likes to read about pre-history.

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