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How to Create a Table of Contents in WordPress Posts or Pages

This guide will walk you through the process of creating a table of contents in your WordPress posts or pages. A table of contents helps improve the user experience and allows readers to easily navigate through your content.

Requirements

For this tutorial, you need:

  • Access to a WordPress website
  • Permission to install plugins

Step-by-Step Tutorial to Create a Table of Contents in WordPress Posts or Pages

  1. Install the Table of Contents Plus plugin:
    • Login to your WordPress dashboard.
    • Go to “Plugins” and click on “Add New.”
    • Search for “Table of Contents Plus.”
    • Click on “Install Now” and then “Activate” the plugin.
  2. Configure the plugin settings:
    • In the WordPress dashboard, go to “Settings” and click on “TOC+.”
    • Adjust the settings to match your preferences. You can customize the appearance, position, and behavior of the table of contents.
  3. Automatically add the table of contents to your posts:
    • Create or edit a post in WordPress.
    • Make sure the post has headings (e.g., H2, H3) you want to include in the table of contents.
    • Save or update the post.
    • When you check the post content, the table of contents will automatically be added.

Summary

Creating a table of contents in WordPress posts or pages enhances the user experience and makes it easier for readers to navigate your content. By following the step-by-step tutorial above, you can quickly add a table of contents to your WordPress website.

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Rizwan Aritonang

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