The Graphene theme allows you to make any text into a link to a particular page on your website. But can you make it link to a particular POSITION within a page?
Say, for example, I have some text in which I make reference to a particular paper listed in my Bibliography that is on another page. Can I make the link not only go to the Bibliography page, but also go to the specific line on that page that lists the paper I am referring to?
And you might also wish to give my plugin a try. It allows you to use “anchors” through a visual editor rather than having to type out the HTML. You can test-drive it by clicking the link just below my post… “Ultimate Tinymce”.
Thanks, Kenneth and Josh, for your help; I got the links to work properly. After a little trial-and-error, it turns out that the correct way to write the HTML code to reference a particular line on another page turned out to be:
<a href="http://www.myWebsite.com/BibliographyPage.#ref>Read this paper</a>
Apparently, I don’t need to include the “.html”. In fact it doesn’t work if I include it. Anyway, thanks again.
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