On Mon, 12 Jan 2004 22:00:57 +0100, Ton den Hartog
> Maybe the question is, what IS a link and an anchor..... ?
A link is used to take the user to a new location, or to perform an
action (if scripting is used).
An anchor is a destination that can be targeted by a link.
The former is acheived with the A element. The latter can also be done
with the A element and its name attribute, or by specifying a value for
the id attribute in other elements. To target an anchor, use a fragment
identifier (#frag-id) in the URI:
<A href="#Section-1">Section 1</A>
<A href="#Section-2">Section 2</A>
<H1><A name="Section-1">Section 1</A></H1>
<H1 id="Section-2">Section 2</H1>
For more information, see:
Fragment Identifiers -
Both are taken from the W3C's HTML 4.01 Specification. There are too many
bits within the 'Links' section to reference individually, so just read it
Hope that helps somewhat,
M.Winter@blueyonder.co.invalid (replace ".invalid" with ".uk" to reply)