After delivering to the WordPress community one of the first and most comprehensive table of contents plugins for WordPress, hackadelic.com extends the content navigation experience to any Internet user regardless of the viewed website via its newest provision: TOCMonkey. Read more >>
Read about it at the WordPress Tweaks homepage, or about the technical background of it in the rest of this post.
In my last post I disproved that SEO Table Of Contents fails to function on a very long post/page with more than 12,500 characters. As it turned out, it wasn’t characters that the issuer meant, but words. So I re-checked with a much longer post.
There have been rumors that SEO Table Of Contents wouldn’t work properly on long pages with more than 12,500 characters. I just made a functional page with 29,837 (!) characters and a TOC, wich proves the rumors wrong.
Check it out, see for yourself: the TOC Test With Looong Text.
Here is yet another update to Sliding Notes. Besides various code improvements, it establishes conformity to the W3C XHTML 1.0 standard (important for sites that show the valid XHTML badge).
Discreet Text Widget is a generic lightweight solution to the Empty Widget Problem, and enables you to safely use SEO Table Of Contents in the sidebar in any theme. It can be used as a replacement for the default text widget, when it’s content is automatically delivered by a shortcode, and you want to hide the widget altogether when the content is empty.
It can be used in just the same way as the default WordPress text widget. Nothing more to say. 🙂
When you want to display a TOC box in your sidebar using a text widget and the toc shortcode, and there are no headings to display, you effectively get an empty widget. An ugly affair sometimes… Here is what you can do about it.
If you ask a solution provider, any solution provider, if their solutions were “intelligent”, you can bet you won’t get a single “no” answer. Consequently, every solution out there is intelligent, right? But is it?
Yes, here is another release of the plugin formerly known as TOC Boxes, bringing some cool changes along.
Go get it at wordpress.org. It’s worth upgrading. 🙂