Bookmarks (also known as anchors) are especially helpful for webpages with lots of content. They save Web users the time it would take to keep scrolling down to find the content they’re looking for. Instead, sections of the content can be bookmarked so that Web users can jump right to those bookmark points from links at the top of the page.
To create bookmarks, you must have your content open in edit mode. You will create two things:
To link to the bookmarks, create text near the top of the page that you want the site user to click on to jump to the bookmarks. This could be an alphabetical list, with each letter (A-B-C-D ...) linking to the first content item that starts with that letter; it could be a bulleted list of topics that will be covered in detail farther down the page; or it could be a similar use. See How to Work with Collections for an example of the use of bookmarks.
Is the bookmark on a different webpage? No problem. The process is almost identical:
Note: Before submitting your content for publishing, be sure to check it in Preview mode to make sure you added the bookmarks correctly. See How to Preview Content for more information.
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