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macromedia Dreamweaver 8 by Khristine Annwn Page

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Inserting and Linking to Named Anchors

When a document is long or has many sections, you might need to create a series of links that will jump the user to specific places within the document. This technique eliminates the need for the viewer to scroll through long passages of text. A named anchor marks the place in the page to which a link jumps. In this exercise, you insert and link to a named anchor. You will also learn another method of selecting link files—using the Point To File icon.

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Open definitions.html from the Lesson_03_Links folder. Choose Modify > Page Properties and select the Links category of the Page Properties dialog box. Set the same default link colors that you used for the index.html document in this lesson’s first exercise. ...

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