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By peter.wdd
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Published: Jul 23 2013 / 12:20

Ever written a long article worthy of a table of contents and decided not to do it because it’s just too much hassle? This week we’ll be writing a jQuery plugin that will automatically search for your headings and create a table of contents based on them for your blog post. We’ll also be adding a smooth scroll effect, so that when a user clicks on an entry they are brought to the right section. I know a table of contents is a bit of an unusual topic for a tutorial, but if you’re writing a help file for your product, or an FAQ it’s just as applicable. This tutorial also serves as an introduction to jQuery basics.
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