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How to create anchor text to another part of your post or page

November 16, 2009 by  
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Creating anchor text to link to another section of a web page is actually quite simple and it’s something that’s useful if you have a huge web page that contains a lot of useful information that is highlighted by sub headers.  You can quickly and easily link to these headers throughout the page, from headings listed near the top.

This makes it much simpler for your website visitors to find what they want without having to scroll down the page.

Here’s how you do it:

You type the word you want to hyperlink from:  Anchor

We then need to create some html.  We will click on Source above (or html depending on the editor you’re using), then change Anchor to <a href=”#anchor”>Anchor</a>

Your anchor text will now look like this:  Anchor

Ok, now it’s time to create the text you want to hyperlink to:

So here’s what you do.

You need to hyperlink to the word Anchor down below.

So you will need to type it in like this: <a name=”anchor“>Anchor</a>

And here is what it looks like:

Anchor

And that’s it!   See below for my video on the topic!

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