This article covers how to use the dynamic table of contents within MindTouch pages.
Using the table of contents
As you create content in MindTouch, you'll start to use headers to separate content within pages. The dynamic table of contents will appear as long as a page contains a single header element:
Each numbered list item in the dynamic table of contents is a hyperlink which will take users directly to the corresponding page section. As you'll see on this page, there are several header elements which correspond to levels within the table of contents:
The dynamic table of contents will continue to grow as you add header elements throughout your content. Header 1 elements will be displayed at the first level of the table of contents, and header 2 elements will appear at the second level:
With each additional header section in your page the dynamic table of contents will continue to indent based on the header number.
For more details on adding header elements see editor functions.