You would never found the popular blog posts without having a table of contents.
Because it has many benefits; they give you a complete overview of the content, helps the readers to reach on the specific topic that they want to read.
Moreover, table of content sometimes help you to rank on Google through featured snippet, like this;
So why miss this opportunity that’s why I have created this blog on how to add a table of contents to a WordPress website.
When I have started my blog, I was in deep search for the best plugin for a table of contents and I found this.
It is one of the best table of contents plugin with over 200,000+ installations along with a 4.5-star rating.
That’s why I have chosen this plugin for adding table of contents to a blog post.
So here is the complete guide on how to setup easy table of contents in WordPress.
How to setup East Table of Contents plugin in WordPress
So are the steps to setup Easy table of contents plugin in WordPress;
Step- 1 – First of all install the Easy Table of Contents. Login to your WordPress Dashboard -> Drag the pointer to plugins and click on Add new -> A new page will appear search for the plugin ‘Easy Table of Contents’ -> Install and activate.
Step- 2 – Drag the pointer to settings and click on Table of Contents.
Step- 3 – Now the first setting you have to do is enable support, i.e where do you want to show your Table of Contents. So select Posts and Pages.
Step- 4 – In the Auto insert setting, you need to enable the places where the Table of Contents is inserted automatically. So select Posts and Pages.
Step- 5 – In this step there are few combinations of setting;
- Position: Where do you want to place your Table of Contents; select before the first heading or as your wish.
- Show When: When do you want to show your table of content i.e at how many headings you want to show your table of content; select 1 or as your wish.
- Display header label: Do you want to show a header written as Table of content or contents, page content, then keep it enabled.
- Header label: It means what header label do you want; Eg: Contents, Table of Contents, Page Contents, I kept Table of content.
Now kept the remaining settings as it is.
Step- 6 – In the Appearance settings, I kept all the settings by default I haven’t changed any of the settings. But if you want to do any type of settings over here you can do it, as per your choice.
Step- 7 – In the custom theme setting, I have changed few of the Table of content appearance like; background color, Title color, Link color, link hover color, etc.
If you want to change your Table of Content appearance, you can do as per your choice.
Step- 8 – The final setting you have to do is to select the type of heading that you want to keep when generating your Table of content for a particular post.
I have selected all the heading from H1 to H6. You can also deselect any of them.
Step- 9 – Now go down and select save changes.
Easy Table of COntents is one of the best plugins for creating a Table of contents on a blog post for a better user experience.
I’m using this tool for more than a year and I seem happy to use that.
In this blog, I have explained in detail about the Easy Table of Contents plugin and its set up in a very easy manner without any issue.
I hope you have loved the setup of Easy Table of Contents and I’m waiting for your comments regarding this setup procedure.
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