CSS and Page Jumps

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    As a prelude to revamping a website in a blog format, I am moving over large pages from the old site (that someone else wrote). There are dozens…hundreds…of internal links (what you all call “page jumps”). I know how to do these in HTML (they’re all done already anyway) and, thanks to the WordPress article http://en.support.wordpress.com/splitting-content/page-jumps/ I learned that the secret to making the code work within a blog is to add “” at the top of the HTML code.

    I can do this by hand but there will be at least 27 pages (A-Z plus an overview) and likely more. Is there anything I can add to the CSS, or another page of my theme’s code, to have “” automatically entered correctly every time I create a new post?


    The blog I need help with is ehnca.org.



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    The code didn’t copy properly. It is:
    [a name=”top”][/a]
    only I used square brackets instead of angle brackets.



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