## Front-Matters

There are lots of TOC related params. You can not only set it in the params.toml file but also in the markdown file. If you set the TOC related params in params.toml file, it will be the global settings. If you set it in the front-matter, it will be the post-specific settings.

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11  --- title: "Table of Contents" date: 2020-01-30T12:08:37+09:00 enableToc: true hideToc: false tocFolding: true tocPosition: "outer" enableTocSwitch: true tocLevels = ["h2", "h3", "h4"] --- 

Check out the toc related params documentation to see what it is.

## config.toml

There are some toc related params in the config.toml file.

 1 2 3 4  [markup.tableOfContents] endLevel = 3 ordered = false startLevel = 2 

You need to set this configuration parameter. Otherwise toc will malfunction. startLevel and endLevel means that you use at maximum h2 tag , and at minimum, h3 tag for the title of the post. And h1, h4, h5, h6 tags are not going to be included in your TOC element.

Some posts may have h2 tags and some posts may not. For that reason, I made tocLevels front-matter. So, it’s best practice to use todLevels in every markdown file if you want to include TOC in your post.

 1 2 3 4 5 6  --- title: date: ... tocLevels: ["h2", "h3", "h4", "h5"] --- 

## params.toml

You can set the toc related params at params.toml file for the global.

• hideToc - Hide the toc in the first place. You can toggle the switch to show the toc later .
• enableToc - Toc disapear entirely in all posts.
• toc - Toc disapear entirely in all posts. This is Alias to enableToc
• enableTocContent - Toc in the main article, not in sidebar.
• tocPosition: When inner, toc will be inside the border. When outer, toc will be outside of the border