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This blog outgrew the original intended 20 Questions & Answers and is now approximately 210 Q&A. I never did figure out which were the 20 most important ones.
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Sunday, July 30, 2006
The first line of code indicates (invisibly) exactly where you want the next code to allow you to jump to, in this case called a mid-point.
<a name="Mid"></a> (destination)
and this next line of code will be visible, saying "Go to Mid-point" and will do just that (when clicked on) from wherever you place it in the blog.
<a href="#Mid">Go To Mid-point</a> (starting point)
The A's are not alphabetical, they are anchors like others you encounter in coding. So a 2nd one would be very similar, except reading (for example) "Bot" in the first line and "Go to Bottom" in the second line. <a name="#Bot"></a> (destination)
<a href="Bot">Go to Bottom</a> (starting point)
<a name="#Top"></a> (destination)
<a href="Top">Go to Top</a> (starting point)
Other "names" could be given; the Bookmark is not limited to the mentioned top, mid, and bottom. Name them as you desire, as long as the lines at the starting point and at the destination refer to the same Name.
The cursor will not arrive at any highlighted or marked position; you'll have to select "logical" places for the jump.
Then you can JUMP from your starting point to the destination, forward or backward!