Table of Contents Plus


The Table of Contents plugin can be used to add a table of contents that is generated from the headings you’ve used within a page or post. It can be configured to either insert itself automatically, to wait for a certain number of headlines to insert itself, or to only do so when called with a short code.

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Description: “Create a powerful, SEO-optimized slider, gallery, or carousel in minutes with the world’s #1 image and photo plugin!”

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How to use: Detailed information is available from MetaSlider’s Documentation pages.

For a quick start:

  1. Select the MetaSlider item from the left-hand menu in your dashboard.
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Description: MathJax enables enables rendering of embedded LaTeX or MathML in HTML pages.

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Available by request from the team (by emailing and asking for the MathJax-LaTeX plugin to be enabled on whichever PIE site you tell us), this plugin has been used by math and physics-related sites to enable easier display of mathematical formulae.

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FancyBox for WordPress plugin

Description: “Integrates FancyBox 3 into WordPress.” (FancyBox’s own site adds “JavaScript lightbox library for presenting various types of media.”)

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Example: This gallery uses the default settings in FancyBox for WordPress to embed a collection of sample images.

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Enable Media Replace plugin

Description: “Enable replacing media files by uploading a new file in the “Edit Media” section of the WordPress Media Library.”

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How to use: After enabling this plugin, you can replace a media item used in your site from within the editor window rather than needing to navigate to a different section of the administrator interface.

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Image Widget Plugin

Description: “A simple image widget that uses the native WordPress media manager to add image widgets to your site.”

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How to use:

The image below was associated with its title and description using the Image Widget plugin, and embedded on this page using the Widgets on Pages plugin.

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