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Table of Contents

DanAyo's picture
DanAyo

Table of Contents

The following are links to our Community Bakes

Below are tips & ideas that you may find useful. 

For those in the US, the History of King Arthur Flour Company is very interesting and historic.

Although not listed as a tip, the links below may prove interesting for some.

Miscellaneous Blog Post

A compilation of my bakes during a Community Bake

 

I am trying to use a Table of Contents for my BLOG. Links to blogged bakes will be posted to this page. I plan to post a link to this page on all BLOG bakes, experiments, tips, Community Bakes, etc..

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alfanso's picture
alfanso

Both dabrownman and dmsnyder periodically post a table of contents for their blog entries.  dbm usually once annually and David on whichever occasions he dang well decides to.  You may wish to follow that kind of routine.

And don't forget that a lot of your forum posts can be linked to as well to give your TOC some history before this week.

DanAyo's picture
DanAyo

Thanks for the ideas. 

Danni3ll3's picture
Danni3ll3

of doing a table of contents or do I have to copy and post each link from each blog post? I find Dab’s annual table of contents super useful. 

alfanso's picture
alfanso

is that it's just a copy/paste function.  That also can be done with comments within blog and forum entries.  We just can't isolate those to print off or save as PDFs on their own.

bottleny's picture
bottleny

User can check other users' posts/blogs by clicking at their avatar pictures:

For instance (need to login), DanAyo (open in another tab/or window). You can see his blog list, bookmarks, and replies (comments on others' posts).

Using this link, and show all his blog with full contents.  Because it display all the contents, it's not easy to get a quick view on the topics of the blog entries.

I know dabrownman posts the blog links regularly (as new blog entries). However, it's still not easy to look up because, after a while, it will be covered other blog entries. You can only search through specific subject line.

I have an idea: Maintain all your blog links on ONE blog entries, instead of posting a new one. The author can organize his/her blog entries in different categories within this "table of content" blog entry. Others users can bookmark this "table of content" for easy access later.

The author can also bookmark his/her "table of content" blog entry, so that this can appear on his/her bookmarks. Besides, it's easier to update and organize for the author when there is only one table of content entry.

Just my two cents.