Is it possible, (or even desirable) to make a link to another capsule farther down the page? For example, I made brief reference in my first paragraph to something I added as a minor addition at the end. Where I make the mention, would it be good to make a link (if possible) to the final capsule?
Yes it's possible, Darkside wrote a Hub about how to do it. However I am pretty sure I read a post by a moderator saying HubPages don't like it. I've forgotten what the reason was - it seems like a good idea to me.
Wouldn't that perhaps risk the reader not going back to read the rest of the article if you give them an opportunity to jump to the bottom of the page?
It's very simple.
All you need to do is this:
View your hub in normal viewing mode (not edit mode). Then press ctrl+u (on a windows system). And then press ctrl+f and being typing the heading you want to jump to. It needs to be a section heading. Find it. You will find something like this before it: <div class="full module moduleImage" id="mod_XXXXXXXX">
Now link to this section from anywhere on your hub using the regular link tool. But use this as your link: www. hubpages.com/HUB-URL#mod_XXXXXXXX (No space in the URL. I left a space so that it doesn't form a link here)
This should do the trick.
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