Generates a navigable page outline with heading and sectioning elements
This extension is using the HTML5 outline algorithm to create a table of contents. Should also work well with HTML4 (and older?) pages, that have structured headings. The table of contents is clickable and tries to highlight the heading/section in question after the jump. The extension should prove useful to people who find themselves often using online HTML5 outliners. Comments, bug reports and suggestions much appreciated! Extension source code: https://github.com/h5o/h5o-chrome Outliner source code: https://github.com/h5o/h5o-js If you like this extension, please consider a charitable donation to Ocean Voyages Institute (Project Kaisei) at http://www.ammado.com/community/112794
- (2019-08-05) Алексей Кудров: The extension is useful for both users and web developers.
- (2019-03-21) Kurt Wong: Would be even better if a keyboard shortcut could be added to open the outliner.
- (2018-08-19) Rafael da silva freitas: O melhor
- (2018-05-31) 刘斌斌: sidebar will be better
- (2017-08-29) Paulo dos Santos: Sometimes the modal window open too small on Chrome mac os
- (2017-08-11) Joceli Nunes: Muito bom e útil.
- (2017-07-21) Z HH: If replaced with new UI, that would be perfect!
- (2017-06-25) Webmaster: Супер!
- (2017-06-14) Sandro Marques: Love it
- (2017-06-13) Gersivan Oliveira: Produtiva e útil.
- (2017-05-31) Vikrant Singh: For the people having trouble with this, make sure to restart chrome. Also, this extension, apparently, only works on live webpages. So it won't work on websites you coded and are not running on a server. Try to run your webpage on a local server like lamp/wamp, maybe with npm, etc. and then try using the extension. :)
- (2017-04-18) Jan Broos: Did not work. like other users.
- (2017-01-15) Công dân toàn cầu: It doesn't have a hotkey
- (2016-12-27) Molly Pfaff: The icon doesn't appear in my search/url bar.
- (2016-12-22) Jiří Thiemel: WARNING: There are currently no known implementations of the outline algorithm in graphical browsers or assistive technology user agents, although the algorithm is implemented in other software such as conformance checkers. Therefore the outline algorithm cannot be relied upon to convey document structure to users. Authors are advised to use heading rank (h1-h6) to convey document structure. https://www.w3.org/TR/html5/sections.html#outline
- (2016-11-17) Gareth Smith: Did not work, even after restarting Chromium - clicking the button just brings you here (as mentioned by others).
- (2016-11-07) Boyce Andy: 大部分页面都能正常解析。可是没次点击解析出的某个标题后，地址栏就遍了，会带上相应的段落信息，给我在使用diigo时带来了极大的不方便，哪位大神告知是否可以设置跳转段落后地址栏的地址信息不要变动？
- (2016-10-09) Alan Shum: light weight extension that exactly gives what I need.
- (2016-09-18) José Mário Ramos: Muito bom plugin, ajuda muito na compreensão e verificação de html5, no caso as semanticas
- (2016-08-21) david ade: love it! worked wonderfully well.
- (2016-08-10) Енуф Гроуй: PLEASE add keybinding!!! Thanks
- (2016-07-16) Wouter Peeters: Great plugin, But the 'header'-tag isn't considered the same like a section, article, nav, footer, ... When I have a 'h2'-tag in my header and a 'h3'-tag in a section within that header, both 'hn'-tags are considered equally important and not nested.
- (2016-07-01) everson guimaraes: show
- (2016-06-30) Rodman Browning: It doesn't work. Only brings you to here. You can Manage extensions or remove. So I'm removing. A shame because it was recommended by a highly respected web design instructor. It's not like the developer is no longer active so, he must not care about supporting his product. DO NOT RECOMMEND!
- (2016-06-06) Baca Sawgrass: doesn't work