A floating table of contents for W3C specs

If like me you spend a lot of time reading, reviewing, navigating into W3C specs, you have probably also spent a lot of time scrolling to find the table of contents of these documents. Again, again and again. So many times you're probably fed up with it, like I am. In that case, this add-on for Firefox is for you. Install it and browse your favorite W3C spec. When it's loaded, look for the small box in the top-left corner. Make your mouse pointer hover over it to open the floating table of contents. Click anywhere (including on a link) in the expanded box to shrink it back. Enjoy :-)

Update: v1.1 is here. Next updates will be automatic.


1. On Wednesday 11 April 2012, 00:02 by François Yergeau

Quelle merveille ! Grand merci.

2. On Wednesday 11 April 2012, 10:51 by yt75

Nice, always wondered why W3C docs weren't easier to navigate (and the case for a lot of "books" on the web), for sure a lot of ground for improvment, I find apple docs navigation quite well done, for instance :

3. On Thursday 12 April 2012, 22:24 by Laurent

Thanks a lot!