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Anchors are links that you use to have your website or blog readers go to a specific part on your page. There are 2 codes to you need for a successful anchor.

The First code is the link. The link is set up like your normal link code, but with a little change.
<a href="NAMEOFANCHOR">Text</a>

the second part of the anchor code goes where you want the link to take the viewer. Heres what you put there...
<a name="#NAMEOFANCHOR">

The Article Goes Here </a>...Well, thats about all there is to Anchors, have fun with it..

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THIS DOESN'T MAKE SENSE!!!!!!! SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME!

By mckaydawg on Aug 4, 2008 2:36 pm

I broke up the code so it would show on here, yet this website will not. I am unsure of why, but if you are actually wanting to know how to perform the anchor code.

Please contact me by: jonsito_salas@yahoo.com

By Juan-Latin on Jun 9, 2008 2:40 am

Wow, .. haha this looks like an easy code that everyone is screwing up. The whole H1 has nothing to do with anchors, its only to make words bigger. The letter "a" at the front is what makes it an anchor, same with the letter "a" being placed again at the end to show you have closed/ended/completed this code.

Here You Place The Word(s) Or Fraze To Click-For Redirecting The User

in place of the text that you would select to be redirected.


If you would like to know more or contact me if you find that I am incorrect simple email me.

jonsito_salas@yahoo.com
Thank You.




PLEASE REMOVE SPACES FOR CODE TO WORK.

By Juan-Latin on Jun 9, 2008 2:37 am

Wow, .. haha this looks like an easy code that everyone is screwing up. The whole H1 has nothing to do with anchors, its only to make words bigger. The letter "a" at the front is what makes it an anchor, same with the letter "a" being placed again at the end to show you have closed/ended/completed this code.

Here You Place The Word(s) Or Fraze To Click-For Redirecting The User

By Juan-Latin on Jun 9, 2008 2:34 am

this isnt right...

By butre on Dec 22, 2007 2:04 am

wut???

By zikamegx02 on Oct 13, 2007 11:57 pm

Huh?

By iDysfunctional on Aug 24, 2007 9:29 pm

AnchorTo link to an anchor:CODElink to an anchor

By rockstar-teddygram on Aug 6, 2007 3:54 pm

No, no, no, you have it backwards. To make an anchor:CODE<a name="this_is_my_anchor"><h1>Anchor</h1></a>To link to an anchor:CODE<a href="#this_is_my_anchor">link to an anchor</a>

By mipadi on Jan 1, 2007 1:51 am

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