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    Not sure if this is an html question or not but I recently visited a page that had a menu bar of A, B, C at top of page. When you clicked on A, the link would take you to start of where A was on same page,,,,,if you clicked on were pointed to start of C. This was not linking to another page...just pointing to specific areas within same page. What is this called so I can do some research on it????????

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    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Linda

    First you need to use the anchor tag to create targets within the web page. notice there is no href in the following anchor tag.<BR><BR>&#060;a name="target1"&#062;Some text&#060;/a&#062;<BR><BR>Now you just need to point a link at that target. The link to the target is a pound sign followed by the name of the target. <BR><BR>&#060;a href="#target1"&#062;Click here to go to Target1&#060;/a&#062;<BR><BR>If you want to link to a target in another page then you just link to the url of that page with the pound sign and target name tacked on to the end.<BR><BR>&#060;a href="page.html#target1"&#062;Click here to go to Target1&#060;/a&#062; <BR>

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