Build a Quick Access Indexes (Bookmark) for Your Digital Catalog Publication

Hunting for Users' Wanted Page Directly Without Turning Every Page

Most of the time, digital publications contain more than ten pages or even much more with a great deal of information. Visitors sometimes will find it inconvenient to get their wanted information on directed page. They even fail to understand the whole content of your digital publication and miss their wanted messages. In that way, visitors probably won't be attracted by your publication or your products. Most of the successful digital publications can make it more explicit to present their main content immediately.

Therefore, Slide HTML5 has been equipped with the Quick Access Indexes icon. You can divide your publication into several clear groups and give them a general name for the visitors to search. Quick Access Indexes can assist you to create a table of content for your online catalog and offers the chance for the visitors to view the publication catalogue in Bookmark panel. Besides, you can not only create a table of content for your publication, but also imported predesigned table of content and exported the created table of content for next use.

Many readers have the habit of sticking bookmark to the book for navigating to the direct page that last time they finish reading. You can do the same to the catalog as well as choosing different color tabs. You will be led to a certain page directly by clicking the colored bookmark with customized caption. Let's see how to make it.

Now how to create a Quick Access Indexes (Bookmark):

Step1: Import a file;

Sometimes, your file has its own table of content and you can choose to import the existing one. For further improvement, you can also use Slide HTML5 to change part of its content.

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Step2. Create or modify a TOC (Table of Content);

TOC has seven icons: Add Title, Add Child Title, Move Up, Move Down, Export the bookmark, Import the bookmark and Delete the selected item. Besides, every title has a name and every title has a specific page. For special attention, you should choose the appropriate Title before you create its Child Title. You can delete the Child Title from the lower level, but if you delete the Title, its Child Title will be deleted at the same time.

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Step3. Click Apply Change to save the settings.

After adding title for all pages, click Apply Change. You can preview the bookmark and save the designed one.

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