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    And here it is.

    http://jsfiddle.net/YmuFA/

    I changed it compared to the previous version, it now looks through each line. This means you shouldn't have more than one heading on a single line, although you could easily fix that, too. I just didn't feel like it.
    This script should also be more readable, though it could still take a lot of improvement. But I ran out of time.

    The ids start with the h1 tag, though. Made more sense to me.

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    I wonder why the OP wanted to add ids to the h tags. If the sole purpose is to style section and h tags, then it can be done via CSS.

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    Possibly to then be able to locate content. But in that case, it's a mistake to put them on the <hX> tags. They should go on the <section>s.
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    Actually, I need to add IDs because we have a Table of Content, and these kind of ids because it's the standard.

    Any code would work for the IDs problem, I just thought it would have been simpler with Airblader's code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airblader View Post
    And here it is.

    http://jsfiddle.net/YmuFA/

    I changed it compared to the previous version, it now looks through each line. This means you shouldn't have more than one heading on a single line, although you could easily fix that, too. I just didn't feel like it.
    This script should also be more readable, though it could still take a lot of improvement. But I ran out of time.

    The ids start with the h1 tag, though. Made more sense to me.
    Wow man you are a machine, I wish I had your skills.

    Thank you very much


 
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