There are a few ways to add a table of contents (TOC) to a blog post in Elementor. Here are a few methods:
- Using a plugin: There are several plugins available for creating tables of contents in WordPress. Some popular options include Table of Contents Plus and Easy Table of Contents. These plugins will automatically generate a TOC based on the headings in your post and allow you to customize the appearance and placement of the TOC.
- Using the built-in TOC widget: Elementor Pro has a built-in TOC widget that allows you to create a TOC for your post. To use this feature, you’ll need to have Elementor Pro installed and activated. Once you have that, you can add the TOC widget to your post by dragging it into the page and customize the look, and you can use it to link to the different headings on your post.
- Using custom HTML & CSS: You can also create a table of contents manually using custom HTML and CSS. To do this, you would need to add anchor links to your headings and then create a list of links to those anchors in a separate section of the post. This method gives you the most control over the appearance and functionality of the TOC, but it also requires a bit more technical knowledge.
- Manually creating TOC structure: you can manually create the structure by dividing the post into sections and use the Heading Widget in Elementor to create sections and link them to the TOC.
In any case, you should be careful to ensure that the TOC is accessible and user-friendly, and it’s always a good idea to test it in different browsers and devices to ensure that it works as expected.