You may have a few questions about the app as you go to install it. The app will automatically install to all blog posts and as each blog post is different there may be inconsistencies from post to post. As you go through and look at posts try to identify inconsistencies.
A common example of an issue that can cause an inconsistency in the Table of Contents is thinking that text has been selected as Header Text, when it is actually just Bold. Small formatting issues like this will effect what displays in the Table of Contents. Feel free to reach out to us with questions email@example.com.
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To access the app log into your Shopify store and click "Apps" on the left. From this point you'll want to locate the Jump Links App and click on it. This will bring you to the Settings page.
Yes! This is a very exciting feature of the Table of Contents. You can edit the color, link color, bullet feature and more. For a full breakdown of how to customize the app read our post on how to install the Jump Links App.
This process begins on the page where you edit your blog. From there click on the More Actions button. From there click on "No Table of Contents" and Save. This will automatically remove the Table of Contents from that specific Blog.
This red bar shows for a brief moment while to Table of Contents loads. If the Table of Contents does not load for some reason it is likely the first time you've loaded the page since running the engine. Simply refresh the page and the Table of Contents will load perfectly every time.
The blog ID is used for exclusion rules. You can get the ID you want to exclude by visiting the blog post then copying the number from the URL. For example, leading Shopify theme developer Out of the Box use the app on their blog post:
The blog ID for this post is: 557138378932
This is most likely because of one of a few things. There may be a space before the Header text, which may indent the text. Another option might be that the line above or below the Header text is not paragraph text, but Header text.
The best thing to do is make sure that only the information you want included in the Table of Contents is selected as Header Text.
To do this, go to the Apps section of your store dashboard and locate the Jump Links app. Then look to the right and locate the "Delete" button. This should uninstall the app.
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How to add a table of contents to your Shopify blog. With the Jump Links App you can quickly and easily add a customizable Table of Contents to your Shopify Blog. Currently the app offers a 7 day free trial, so there is no risk to giving it a try.