Why are we not able to have anchor tags for same-page linking? This is a common technique used for guides or complex articles.
In case you're unfamiliar with the functionality I'm talking about, here is an example.
This is an anchor tag:
This attribute links the anchor tag off-page:
However, there is a way to link to a location on the same page. It's a basic method built into the basic structure of HTML. You add a "name" attribute to an anchor tag, and the href to it with a pound (#) sign. Example:
[Imagine there are four or five paragraphs and some pics here]
[Imagine text and pictures describing Recipe number one here.]
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