I would like to request the ability to create anchor points within a hub for more options when it comes to cross hub linking or even links within a hub for those that may be quite long.
For example, google's knol platform creates a table of contents with automatic anchor links created by the subject headers ( H1, H2, H3, H4 )
Like so: http://knol.google.com/k/kemp-adrian/ho … zq6i0g/41#
And with the anchor links available there i can have a link like this: http://knol.google.com/k/kemp-adrian/ho … g/41#Vaygr(C2)(A0)Assault_Craft
Which leads directly to that anchored section of the article. This will help not only with SEO (especially considering that what google does on knol is probably something that would help other content sites) but also ease of use for readers when it comes to large hubs. Not to mention i could create some really vicious index pages for my content with this ability.
Automatic Table of Contents creation can be secondary, considering its easy enough to do manually, but creating anchor links is currently not possible as the html editor strips the anchor points within text sections out.
You can create a Table of contents by linking to modules.
What is needed is for HP to put in a "copy this capsule's URL to clipboard" button. Then you can paste it to URL box of a link.
Or even just add a drop-down list of the capsules IN the particular hub and pick from the list!
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