Suppose I have a Hub on Gardening divided into these 4 sub-heads.
1.Preparing the soil
Now, if I am writing a blog in some other site and I want to link to the "Watering" section of my hub (like the way we can link to subheads in wikipedia), is it possible to do so?
If yes, how?
Yes you can. If you know how to find the section in your page source you can link to that section. It's the same procedure as creating a TOC. See instructions on how to find the section in this hub: How To create Table of Contents
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