Advanced HTML TOC 2.0
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Anchor. This is an HTML tag which helps to make hyperlinks. It is
<a ... >...</a>.
Anchor, hyperlink. This is the anchor that makes a hyperlink to some
location. It is defined as
Anchor, named. This is the anchor that serves as a target for
hyperlinks. It is defined as
Attributes of named anchors. Named anchors may have some attributes in
them, which can set additional properties, such as color and font, for the
anchor. These attributes are defined inside <a> tag like name="value"
<a name="..." name="value" ...>...</a>
Decimal notation, of numbering. Numbering of TOC items as well as corresponding header tags may have different styles. Decimal notation means usage of Arabic numbers and dots as a separation.
Forest, TOC forest. A TOC usually has a structure of forest. It means that there are several items (more than one), named roots, that have no parent items. By convention, in this manual we will refer to TOC forest as TOC tree. Forest can be converted to a tree by adding one element, which will be a parent for all root items of the forest.
Header tag. This is a tag that serves as a logical divider of the text
into parts and as a text heading. Header tags are used by the program to make a
TOC. There are six header tags are defined in HTML, ranged by importance. It is
<h#>....</h#>, where # is [1...6].
TOC. Table of contents. This is a detailed outline of a document that helps reader to grasp and navigate through it and that increases the overall value of information.
Tree, TOC tree. Tree is a structure where there is only one item, named root, which is the ancestor for all other items of tree. Though TOC usually has a structure of a forest, we will refer to its structure as a tree.