Editing Guide:TOCs and Headers
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Table of Contents
If a page contains four or more sections, a table of contents will be automatically generated above the first section heading. If you would like to have a table of contents with less than four sections, or to have it appear in a different part of the page than the default location, just add the directive
where you want the table to appear.
Sometimes it is not desirable to have a table of contents, and in those cases, the directive can be added in a separate line to the page. (In this page, this directive has been used to suppress the table of contents).
Sections and Subsections
Sections and subsections can be created in a page using varying number of equal-to signs (=) to bound lines of text. For example, the following text creates the shown sections/subsections:
=Section A= ==Section A.1== ==Section A.2== =Section B= ==Section B.1== ===Section B.1.1=== ===Section B.1.2=== ==Section B.2== =Section C=