A. I am sorry to hear about your wife's passing. I'm sure it is difficult to lose someone with whom you've built a family and share a long history.
Sharing her recipes is a great way to remember her. Your family members will love to have the recipes she used.
Creating a table of contents will be easy. It only seems difficult until you've done it. Since I've written a number of e-books that have tables of contents, I'm a pro at this. So let's get to it!
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the easiest way to create your table of contents. HTML is the basic language used to create Web pages. It allows you to format text and insert images. Most importantly, it allows you to insert links.
You can create a page listing all the recipes arranged however you like. Then you can turn the text into links. When someone clicks on the text, the recipe opens. The page will open in a Web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox.