I would like to be able to link from a end note indicator in the text body to the corresponding end note. I do a lot of cross-referencing and rather than interrupt the flow of the text, simply use foot notes to either supply the cross-referenced material[i] or to provide supporting material as in this actual example from my latest post[ii].
What I would like to do is something like Word or other programs do, either have the corresponding material pop-up in a box when the mouse is over the end note number, or take the reader directly to the end note location in the post itself.
[i] Like in this example where there would be a citation of Scripture or some other material
[ii] “2. #3338 μεταμέλλομαι, metamellomai – an emotional change, dealing with specifics.[ii]” where the “[ii]” is a link to end note “ii” in the actual Word document.
The blog I need help with is sovereigngracebroadcaster.wordpress.com.
While we don’t have a specific feature to add end notes or footnotes, there is a workaround from one of our volunteers that you can find here:
This allows to you link to a specific point in the page or post like an endnote would do.
However, another option would be to use Microsoft Word to create the document and then use Windows Live writer to upload it into your blog:
Feel free to reach out if you have any questions!
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