The Wiki team has launched a new feature: an autocreating TOC (Table of contents).
How easy can it be…
When you create your article at Microsoft Technet Wiki, just make sure you format the chapter headers in “header” format, so they will automatically appear as the elements of the TOC.
Next, add a code [TOC] in your article in edit mode.
When you save the document, the Wiki engine automatically adds he TOC for you.
Just a quick example: take a look at Troubleshooting ILM Group Populator Language Dependencies.
Cool! Isn’t it?
So, after some time you finally upgrade your browser to the latest version: IE9. (Just lack of time..)
Then you go to your blog… and get this warning:
‘Your browser is out of date!
It looks like you’re using an old version of Internet Explorer. Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe.
For the best WordPress experience, please update your browser.
Update Internet Explorer or learn how to browse happy”
“Browse happy!” ???
Anyone Internet Explorer 10 yet?
Most important, let me know if you experience trouble browsing my blog.