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Intra-Page Linking

A helpful method of navigating within a page is to use a process called intra-page linking. Figure 12.9 shows a site for the Ramada Inn in Tucson, Arizona. You can see that there are three links to the left of the photo, each pointing to a specific topic that appears not on another page, but on the same page as those links.

If I click the Amenities link, I'm taken to the Amenities page, which contains a range of information regarding the hotel. What happens if I want a quick route back to the top of the page? Well, the little "up" arrow (see Figure 12.10) provides just that—an intra-page link that takes me back to the offerings on that page.


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