smirkThirty Tables of Contents: A Flickr set from the Design Observer Group

Some quick-&-dirty ToC tips:

  • Title it “Contents,” not “Table of Contents.”
  • ToC should always begin on a recto page (usually page v of the front matter).
  • If every chapter begins with an introduction, you can safely leave the “Introduction” subheadings out of the ToC, as the Chapter page listing will serve the same purpose.
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