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TMC Wiki test page

Discussion in 'Wiki' started by doug, Aug 15, 2012.

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  1. jhs_7645

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    #22 Matteo, Aug 1, 2015
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    Hi.

    1. How can I add an index (contents) section like the one this wiki has?
    2. I noticed the titles that appear in the index have small boxes next to them. How can I add those boxes?
    If you look closer, the boxes come in 3 different sizes and determine if the title is a new page, a main title or sub title. If I copy the box, the index section automatically recognizes the title type and adds it to the index. However I have a wiki without those boxes and without a contents section. Not sure how to add those in first place.

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    Update:
    I've figured it out.
    1. The content section is added automatically after there are a few titles. It was added after 4 when I tested.
    2. You wrap the title with header tags, using the H button. H1 and H2 are main titles. H3, H4, H5, H6 are are sub titles. After you post and then go back to edit, you see those boxes instead H tags. However if you switch to code view, the H tags are still there. For code view, while in text editor click on top left button that looks like [A/A].


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