Generating Table of Contents from WordPress Export

WordPress implements an Export function which allows bloggers to download the contents of their blog as a single XML file.

In a previous post I described an XSLT file to convert the exported XML into a single HTML file. A click on an article’s title displayed the whole article using a little JavaScript and CSS.

This time, I wanted to create an HTML table of contents displaying all the blog’s categories. Upon selection of a category, only the posting titles of that category should be displayed. The titles link to the original blog articles.

The new XSLT is available for download here.

Applied to this blog, the generated Table of Contents is here.

1 thought on “Generating Table of Contents from WordPress Export

  1. Pingback: wpxslgui – WordPress XML Export Converter « devioblog

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