User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:52.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/52.0 Build ID: 20170316213829 Steps to reproduce: Suggestion: A button that will display/hide a column on the left of the page, containing the Table of contents of this page. That seems to be a basic functionality that will ease reading the pages. I know some add-ons pretend doing that but they do not work correctly or they impose installing other extensions (as GreaseMonkey). As I say, this is a very basic functionality, something as primitive as displaying informations about the page, maybe even more. So it should be integrated into FireFox.
Dupe to bug 670928?
(In reply to YF (Yang) from comment #1) > Dupe to bug 670928? The functionality I describe is for all public. You can see an example here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/table-of-contents/ Except: 1. This add-on is not compatible with the recent versions of FireFox. 2. I believe such a basic functionality should be part of FireFox itself. The vast majority of web pages does not present a table of contents, and in fact web pages do not have simple, standard way of doing that. But readers need to understand at first sight what a page contain. For centuries, books have Table of contents, it is for a good reason.
Browser: 53.0b6 OS: win 10 - 64 bit It is working in new version of Firefox [bugday-20170327]
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Untriaged → General
Ever confirmed: true
This is effectively a dupe of bug 670928, yes. If and how we should expose navigational structure of pages into Firefox is discussed there. The exact implementation in the add-on is likely not usable as-is for integration into Firefox, so I don't think that justifies keeping this issue open separately. Marking as a duplicate.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 670928
Well, as far as I read, the bug 670928 is (or was) about the Disability Access component, while the enhancement I propose is for all public. The bug 670928 seems to be much about ARIA landmarks and role declarations, more than simple header/section elements. If the thread of bug 670928 is now about a table of contents for anyone, it may be renamed, or the discussion should be moved to a new thread, no ? By the way, the bug 670928 is 6 years old now. Ouch ! As a side note, a few days ago, Microsoft has added a table of contents to Edge. See https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/05/04/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-16188-pc-build-15210-mobile/ It seems to be easy to use, and useful to visual impaired people too (I guess the screen readers can read this tree with ease, did not try for now). I would like to have the adequate competency in order to help making this Table of contents for everyone (including visually impaired using landmarks and roles), but unfortunately I do not. Then I encourage goodwill. Good luck !
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