Table of content is one of the best way to display the structure of the content. It is also one of the best way to allow users to easily identify and reach the information that they are particularly looking for in a content.
On that note, if you are looking to add table of content to your WordPress post or page, here’s a guide on how to do it – How To Easily Display The Table Of Contents Of Your WordPress Posts Or Pages
The guide above uses a free WordPress plugin to display the table of contents neatly on your WordPress post or page or both. However, if you want something a little more than that in terms of design and features, then we recommend you using the following plugin which is a premium plugin.
The plugin is called Fixed TOC and it’s available in CodeCanyon
How much is it? $19.
Here’s what it can do
Compared to the Table of Content Plus plugin which is used in the guide above, there are a number of additional features that comes with this plugin. For example:
Whenever you scroll through the post or page that contains the table of content, the table of content will follow your reading path in the form of an icon. See the screenshot below for your reference:
When you click on it, the table of content will expand allowing you to know where you are at in the overall content.
And as you further scroll downwards reaching to a new chapter or point, so does the heading indicator.
To be honest, it’s a pretty cool table of content plugin for WordPress.
On top of that, you are also able to customise the colours and style of how it will look like
So based on the above said, if you are interested in a table of content WordPress plugin that has an oomph to it, head on over to CodeCanyon and purchase it using this link.