Table of contents management
Once you are in the Codio IDE, you are able to create and manage content. There are two ways to access the Codio Guide.
- Press then right arrow at the top of the file tree.
- From the menu, select Tools->Guide->Edit.
Editing page content and actions
Please refer to the following pages for details in how to edit page content and control page actions.
- Page Editing for details on how to edit a pages content using markdown or HTML, hiding folders and other actions.
- Settings and page actions : Opening and closing files, panel configuration and other settings
The image below highlights the main components of the editing page.
Accessing the table of contents
To open and close the table of contents, press the Hamburger Icon at the top right. From here you can add and organize content.
Chapters, sections and pages
A guide is comprised of pages organized into chapters and sections. A chapter is a top level item only. Sections can be placed at any location and nested to any depth.
You can add a new chapter, section or page by
- right clicking on the appropriate location within the table of contents.
- by first selecting the item in the table of contents below which the new element should be added and then pressing one of the buttons underneath the table of contents.
Adding content to a chapter or section
By default, chapters and sections are passive and do not have page content assigned to them. However, you can add content by right-clicking the item and then selecting Add content from the menu.
If you want to reverse the procedure, you right click and select Remove content.
You can multi-select pages as follows
- Select an item then
shift+clickon a latter item to select all pages between the two items. This only works for items at the same level.
cmd+click(Mac) to multi select individual pages.
Drag and Drop
It is very important to understand how drag and drop works within a table of contents as it is very powerful but can be confusing if you don’t understand that drop process. Drag and drop works with individual or multiple selected pages.
What is unusual about our drag and drop support is that the destination folder location is determined by where you drop.
- If you drop in the top portion of the target item, the selection will be dropped above it at the same level.
- If you drop in middle portion of the target item, the selection will be dropped within it if the target is a section.
- If you drop in the lower portion of the target item, the selection will be dropped below the target at the same level.