It’s more then two years ago when I first wrote a table of contents script to enhance wiki pages in SharePoint. Time to release a new version and this time it’s a jQuery plugin. This new version will work potentially work with all versions of SharePoint and Office 365. I just have tested it in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365.
Now I also included support to for all levels of headlines (<h1> – <h6>).
This is possible because a found a good old part in the jQuery Documentation

Table Of Contents - Live in Action

Table Of Contents – Live in Action

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The “Modified”, “Modified By”, “Created by”, “Created” cannot be accessed directly via the SPView object because this simply doesn’t store that kind of information. To request this information the SPFile object needs to be used instead.

To get this information the following power shell script can be used: