Outline the page.
Outliner generates a table of contents by extracting all the headings in the page. Many pages on the Internet do not feature a well-designed in-page navigator. Outliner is here to help. How to use ---- 1. Click the Outliner button beside your address bar to activate it. You will see a box coming from left with the outline in it. 2. Click on any of the headings in the outline to jump to the corresponding section on the page. 3. Click the cross button on the bottom left to close the outline. Privacy ---- Outliner needs access to "your data on all websites" and "your tabs and browsing activity" in order to inject the outline into your tabs. It does not track your data or activity in any way. Feedback ---- If you discover that Outliner does not work well in some pages, please send me the link, and I'll try my best to fix that ;) Any feedback is welcomed, but if you expect my response (and you probably do), please post them on the feedback page or on GitHub, because I cannot respond to your web store review in any way! License ---- Outliner is released under the MIT license. https://github.com/scottcheng/outliner
- (2018-06-27) Surinam Toad: breaks page https://css-tricks.com/the-lengths-of-css/#article-header-id-11
- (2017-11-05) Gersivan Oliveira: Produtiva e útil. CONTRA: Não é difícil achar algum site em que não funciona..
- (2015-10-09) Pawan Chamling: Brilliant.
- (2013-01-28) Dsly Ecxi: This is excellent - aside from it working as desired, the aesthetics are great.
- (2016-05-13, v:1.0.2) Frances Cherman: More relevant icon would result in more use
I would use the extension more often if the icon looked more like an outline. I have a lot of extensions, and if I can't tell what it does without hovering and waiting for the tooltip, I tend not to use it.
- (2013-01-30, v:1.0.2) Jeremy Lerman: Does it work with headings in Google Doc?
Does it work with headings in Google Doc?