I won’t even be in the right place because of this but ya gotta start off somewhere, right
We have a word doc which includes a checklist. This checklist is definitely a table that was inserted into the word doc to keep everything in order.
Beside each step is often a link to a web page (we will call the web page " Instructions" ) which tells anyone how to do the steps in the checklist.
What I’d like to do is niagra:
Once the user clicks to the link from concept doc, I would like it to not only take the consumer to the Instructions website (which it does now) but to the start of the paragraph which instructs them how to proceed – so they need not search through that document/web page.
If I could possibly somehow find step by step instructions on how in achieving this, I would become really happy. I’ve tried gets and bookmarks but nothing appears to be working for myself. Any suggestions
Single point tags is just what you need
Here’s a good explanation ( that part about exterior linking ), http: //www. echoecho. com/htmllinks08. htm
Ooooh OK – I used to be trying to make it happen but with bookmarks. I’ll try it with the anchors tomorrow or even this weekend. Thanks for any information!