A basic table of contents (TOC) and Numbered headings is included in PmWiki 2.2.119 and can be enabled with the following in config.php:
$PmTOC['Enable'] = 1;
The feature is based on the recipe Cookbook:AutoTOC but is somewhat simpler.
%block notoc%class will not be included in the TOC.
(:markup:)blocks are ignored.
The following directives in the wiki page can control the above features:
(:toc:)the table of contents will be inserted at this position (rather than the default one), even if there are less than 3 headings in the page.
(:notoc:)no table of contents will appear on the page, even if there are 3 or more headings, or a
The TOC will use anchors or identifiers of the headings from the page, if they exist, otherwise it will create a new identifier (hash) based on the structure of the page. The following markups will all create a link with the anchor
!! Heading with id %block id=here%
!! Heading with inline anchor [[#here]], or
!! [[#here]] Heading with inline anchor
!! Anchor preceding the heading
If there is no identifier or anchor with a heading, then the anchor will be in the form
#toc-1.2.1 where 1.2.1 is the structural path to the section, in this example "Section 1, subsection 2, sub-subsection 1".
The following local configuration (in local/config.php) can control the default settings:
# enable TOC, default is disabled.
$PmTOC['Enable'] = 1;
# levels of headings that are included in the TOC, by default <h1> to <h6> headings are included. Set to 3 to only include <h1> to <h3> headings.
$PmTOC['MaxLevel'] = 6;
# minimum number of headings in the page for the TOC to be generated. Pages with few headings are usually short and do not need a TOC.
$PmTOC['MinNumber'] = 3;
# the headings will be numbered (default disabled).
$PmTOC['NumberedHeadings'] = '126.96.36.199.1.1';
a(letters A-Z or a-z). For example, a specification like
$PmTOC['NumberedHeadings'] = 'I.1.a';
# insert after the headings "↑" arrows linking back to the table of contents (default disabled).
$PmTOC['EnableBacklinks'] = 1;
# the query selector of the parent HTML element where the TOC block to be inserted; by default the TOC is inserted before the first heading; here you can select a different element. If selected, the TOC will be inserted in the element at the top. The
$PmTOC['ParentElement'] = "#wikitext";
(:toc:)directive in the page can override this element.
The following strings can be translated in XLPage, for example in French:
"Contents" => "Sommaire", "show" => "afficher", "hide" => "masquer",