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Organizing a Long Page by Using Named Anchors

Have you ever visited a web page where you click a link and it takes you to another part of the same web page? For instance, frequently asked questions (FAQ) often have hyperlinks at the top of the page listing the questions; when you click on one of the hyperlinks, you jump further down the page to the question's answer. That type of web page is created with named anchors. You use named anchors because sometimes it's less confusing to jump within the same web page than to jump to another web page.

To create a long page with named anchors, first add a named anchor to the location on the page where the user will jump. Then create a hyperlink that is linked to the named anchor. You can start creating a named anchor with a page that has multiple sections, such as the one shown in Figure 5.7. To create the page for this example, follow these steps:


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