is a Chrome-extension which creates an expandable-tree table-of-contents of a web-page with headings. If the page has many headings like scientific-papers, law, spec, help, etc files, this extension makes reading much more easier. ¶
is any git-repository with content the source-files of the TableOfContents-chrome-extension. ¶
The GNU General Public License v3.0. ¶
This section contains the things we want to do. ¶
TableOfContents to become and a wysiwig editor with fulltext search, like HtmlMgr. ¶
Request are listed on importance. ¶
The toc-div to contain 2 tabs. One with the toc and the other a "search-tab" with a search-textfield and a tree that holds the results.
example: http://www.barelyfitz.com/projects/tabber/. ¶
example: Nicholas C. Zakas Autosuggest_Part_3. ¶
example: PageEdit chrome-extension. ¶
TableOfContents could hold in its tree all the open-tabs. And the tree to be draggable. ¶
Some webpages destroy the appearance of toc-tree, because their style prevails that of the extension. ¶
- splitter added. ¶
The second publication of the project. Minor changes:
- at the end of toc, added note.
- the first children, always are expanded.
- the hide-class is not displayed in toc. ¶
The first publication of the project. ¶
* nikkas, HoKoNoUmo,
* email: google user-name is "kaseluris.nikos". ¶
You can download the TableOfContents-repository in either zip or tar formats. ¶
You can also clone the project with Git
$ git clone git://github.com/nikkas/TableOfContents