Jen Kramer explains how to include navigation within a web page, using anchor names and links to the anchor names.
- [Instructor] Occasionally you may want to link within…the same webpage that you happen to be coding.…For example, you have a very long webpage…and you want to put some links at the top…that take you down to certain sections of the information.…Or you have a series of frequently asked questions…and you'd like to skip down to the relevant answer.…Or you want to go the other direction.…You've scrolled all the way down a really long webpage…and you want to have a link at the bottom that…says Back to top that'll take you back…to the top of the webpage.…Well, that's what I'm going to talk about next.…
So to make these kinds of links,…that are going to link within the webpage,…there are two elements that are…required in order for this to work.…You need to have an anchor and you need to have…the link itself.…And I'm going to show you how to do that right now.…So let's say for example,…that I'd like to have a link at the top of this webpage…that's going to take us down to the registration.…So, I'm going to go down to the registration here.…
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- Nesting one list inside of another
- Creating links within a page
- Linking to PDF files
- Quoting and citing text
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Skill Level Beginner
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