A Table of Contents helps users navigate (long) blog posts. I use them on both posts and post. The desktop version always shows the table on the right side in the sidebar (using a text-widget with a shortcode). On mobile, I’ll only show it on long articles, using a shortcode under the first paragraph.
Recently, I worked on my theme for KeesTalksTech. To gain performance, I need to rely less on plugins, that’s why I needed a simple way to show small lists of posts in my sidebar.
I’ve created 2 short codes: one that shows recent posts, used in the new section and one that shows specific posts, used in the highlights section.
I love SASS. What’s not to love? Well… it can’t be served directly by the web server like CSS. It needs to be pre-compiled before it is served. Fortunately there is a PHP SASS compiler that can be used to make PHP compile and serve SASS. I’m using an IIS installation, so I’ll be explaining how it can be done on a Windows machine.