An error occurred while saving the commentRonnie Seagren commented
Clickable index entries are especially useful for online documents, such as a manual that is then put on Google Drive or another platform. If the index entries actually link to the content, the index becomes far more useful than Ctrl+F to find specific information and understand the content of the document.
Clickable index entries are absolutely needed for larger documents online, especially any document that is turned into an ebook or PDF.
I can think of three ways to implement this requirement. For paged documents, (1) make the page numbers clickable or (2) make the lowest level index entries themselves clickable (and default to the first or third option if there are more than one locator). For unpaged HTML documents, (3) use 1, 2, 3 or other meaningless page references that take the user directly to the content.Ronnie Seagren supported this idea ·