Template:Headless TOC

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Example[edit]

This template allow

words or desired phrases

words or desired phrases
to be

linked in the table of contents

linked in the table of contents

without a new section

without a new section
but must be enclosed in a table to avoid creating line breaks.

However, as shown in the preceding line, it is easy to make a table look like a normal paragraph. {{TOC tab}} is an alias.

With the

depth

depth
parameter, you can set this to
deeper
deeper
and deeper
and deeper
subhead levels.
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This template is for creating a link in the Table of Contents (TOC) without creating a visible break in the text. This can be especially useful where there are many hidden sections in close proximity, such as in the page Android version history.

==Example==
{| style="border-collapse:collapse"
==Example==
{| style="border-collapse:collapse"
|This template allow {{TOC tab|words or desired phrases}} to be {{TOC tab|linked in the table of contents}} {{TOC tab| without a new section}} but must be enclosed in a table to avoid creating line breaks.
|}
However, as shown in the preceding line, it is easy to make a table look like a normal paragraph. {{tl|TOC tab}} is an alias.
{| style='border-collapse:collapse'
|With the <code>{{TOC tab|depth|depth=2}}</code> parameter, you can set this to {{TOC tab|deeper|depth=3}} {{TOC tab|and deeper|depth=4}} subhead levels.
|}

TOC Depth[edit]

New Feature added 30 Dec 2014:

By default, the link in the table is at the first sub-level (as would be produced by ===text===).
You may set |depth=2 to link under the next sub level (like ====text====), or as deep as you wish. You may also set it as a top-level heading with |depth=0. If omitted, depth will be equal to 1.

Alternative label[edit]

second parameter

By default, the text in the first parameter would be used as both the in-line text and the TOC title. If a second parameter is provided then the first parameter would be the text that displays in the body of the article and the second parameter in the TOC.
{{TOC tab|By default, the text in the first parameter would be used as both the in-line text and the TOC title. If a second parameter is provided then the first parameter would be the text that displays in the body of the article and the second parameter in the TOC.|second parameter}}

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