Written by Dyami Millarson
I included a table of contents in last year’s elaborate article on Wangerooge Frisian. This was the first time I ever created a table of contents for one of my blog articles. I did not install any plugin to create this table of contents.
I used my own method to create it and I will share this method with all of you today. It is a free method, but it will consume time and effort. It is, however, worth your time and effort if you are going to create an elaborate post like I did in 2021.
First, I recommend you use the WordPress block editor. After you have made sure that you are not using the classic editor of WordPress, let’s start making the table of contents.
First you create two blocks…
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