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<noinclude>== Anchors ==
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<onlyinclude><span id="{{anchorencode:{{{1|}}}}}"></span></onlyinclude>
  
Anchors allow a user to create shorter names that can be appended to a URL with a hash mark (#).
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[[Category:Content templates]]
For example, if you had a page that you wanted a user to quickly be able to jump to a certain section, you can type
 
<nowiki>{{Anchor|</nowiki>'''AnchorName'''<nowiki>}}</nowiki>
 
just before a header or paragraph. The user would then be able to go to the wiki page URL, followed by a hash mark (#), then the anchor name (in this case, AnchorName).
 
 
 
To have more than one anchor, it is required to use separate anchor tags.</noinclude><!--
 
 
 
DO NOT EDIT ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE, OR YOU WILL BREAK SOMETHING REALLY FAST IF YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING.
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 03:17, 12 August 2013

Template documentation [edit]
This documentation is transcluded from Template:Anchor/doc. It will not be transcluded on pages that use this template.

Anchors allow a user to create shorter names that can be appended to a URL with a hash mark (#).

For example, if you had a page that you wanted a user to quickly be able to jump to a certain section, you can type

{{Anchor|AnchorName}}

just before a header or paragraph. The user would then be able to go to the wiki page URL, followed by a hash mark (#), then the anchor name (in this case, AnchorName).

To have more than one anchor, it is required to use separate anchor tags.