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Old 14-02-2006, 12:58:26 PM     #1 (permalink)

 
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Link to a certain section of a page? How to?

Say i have a long text document with different headed sections.

How can i provide a link to go straight to a certain section of a page?

For example if my website had two pages:

MENU PAGE

TEXT PAGE

if i wanted to put links on the menu page to different sections of the TEXT page, how do i do this?

I hope i've explained it clearly enough!
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HTML Named Anchors are the keywords you're looking for:

http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/struct/links.html

<a href=#thisIsWhereIWantItToGo>link to that part of the page</a>

<a name=thisIsWhereIWantItToGo>destination part of page</a>

something like that

sorry - that was same page. different page is similar but with # directly after destination url

so <a href=otherpage.html#thisIsWhereIWantItToGo> go there </a>

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Thanks for the quick reply.

I really should have known the answer myself, but i've never actually done that before!

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