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I am making a webpage and I need to have a bunch of links at the top of a really long page. The links take you to a certain location in the page. I've seen this done before, does anyone know how I can do this?
 

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Use anchors.

example:

<a href="yourpage#section1">Section 1</a>

Then down your page put:
<a name="section1">
 
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Thanks, Greg, that does just what I wanted.
 
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If you ever need to know anything else with html, just find a simple page that does what you want and view the source.
That's why I got my .html skills from!
 
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Originally posted by Dave
If you ever need to know anything else with html, just find a simple page that does what you want and view the source.
That's why I got my .html skills from!
Me Too.
 
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Originally posted by Pauly Man
Me Too.
Ditto. The best way to get skills is to steal them.
 
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i think you should atleast take a crahs course in html so you can weed out things
 
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Originally posted by grady
I am making a webpage and I need to have a bunch of links at the top of a really long page. The links take you to a certain location in the page. I've seen this done before, does anyone know how I can do this?
what software are you using? is it publisher, word, PP, etc...

but if your just want code then gregs correct.

<a href="yourpage#section1">Section 1</a>
 
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Originally posted by The Grimmus
i think you should atleast take a crahs course in html so you can weed out things
I don't think so.
You just need to be flexible a little bit, and just 'expect' what it is, then test (and fail), and test again (and fail again), then you would have learned it right (well, if u have time that is).
I learnt VB, ASP, HTML in those way, and now i only use NotePad to write all my HTML.
 
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Notepad will help you learn the general concepts of different programming languages and more trust me ;)

Trial and error is infalible but still READ THE MANUAL it will save many years.
 

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