Linking to a specific location on a page
An anchor is used to name a particular spot within a document. To define an anchor, use this sequence:
<This defines a named anchor at the location of the text, so links elsewhere can point to this spot.
To make a link to an anchor:
<This displays the given text with a link to anchor-name.
Suppose, for example, you want to link from the top of your page to an occurrence of the phrase ``water conservation.'' First you create an anchor where you want to jump to:
<a name="watercons">water conservation</a>
Then, at the top of your page, you put:
See the <a href="#watercons">section on water conservation</a> below.
To set up a link that jumps to specific location in a different document:
<where URL is the URL of the page to which you want to link, and anchor-name is an anchor defined on that page.
John Shipman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: 2000/02/15 22:08:41 UT