I'm wondering if it's possible to create a Table of Content in my articles that include hyperlinks to certain parts of my hub? This would be especially helpful in tutorial hubs, so the readers don't need to scroll to a certain problem they might have. I've searched a bit, and haven't been able to find out if this is possible.
(1) Right click on your Hub.
(2) In the drop down box, click on "view page source".
(3) A box comes up. Hit <control> <F> on your keyboard. A search box will appear in the box that's already up. Type in the name of the section you want to link to: . In the jumble of codes before the section heading, one code looks like this: id="mod_12345678". Of course, the series of numbers will differ, depending on section. So, when placing a link in text, you type in the Hub URL, then add at the end of the URL the hashtag symbol (#) and then mod_12345678 (whatever number was in the code for that section to which you want to link).
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