Hey fellow hubbers! I have an HTML question that I can't seem to get right.
Is there currently a way to make a link in a hub and link it to a different part of the same hub? What I mean is does Hub support a method to jumping to a different part of the hub?
I kindly thank you for any input .
I'm pretty sure anchor text linking only allows jumping between URL's so linking inside your own hub would simply just jump the reader back to the top of the page. Linking to different subtitled parts of your article cannot be done through url anchortexting. If there is a way ,its by another means I have yet to hear of. That would be a cool feature though. Suggest it in the new idea forum!
If there is a way using HTML source code editing, you couldn't anyway because modifying source code here in not allowable. I already wrote to staff and asked when i got here a few months ago
yes, I have never bothered but if you can read source code or have ( firebug ) installed, you can link to the diff divs
darkside has a hub on it
Awesome dude, you always got good answers.... but I wouldn.t try it as I was told ,no don't mess with code. Basically told it would be unnappropriate to do so when wanting to change color of subtitle
Awesome! Thanks for the responses; I shall take a look at that hub.
yeah I read it already after I posted. It's not affecting source code so I'll be trying eventually. He basically tweaked the link capsule a bit by pasting code without actually adding or changing code. Pretty ingenius way of tweaking code into a capsule I thought!
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