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Is it possible to add a a jump at the top of my page to pieces of the article?

  1. A page in my blog is getting a little too long so I was wondering if there was anyway to customize it so that it had some sort of a glossary at the top that linked to the portions of pertinent information on the page. I have seen it on Wikis, so I know it is possible, but can I create something like that for my blog?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Yes, you can use page jumps or even pagination next page. See here for instructions for all the ways to split content >

    Hope this helps and wish you happy blogging. :)

  3. It is amazing how prompt and helpful that reply was, but I must say that I don't know how to apply to code. Where would I go on my blog page to set up the page jump. I have no prior experience for coding so please be patient.

  4. @adventurealways
    I'm so sorry but I don't have the time to teach you how to do this, and I have no better instructions than what's avalaible in the support entry I linked to. :(

    The way I learned how to create page jumps was by following the instructions in the support entry I posted the link to, and by using tutorials I found online.

  5. Understood, thank you for the help. I will brave the Internet and find my own answer.

  6. @ adventurealways,

    To create the shortcut link use the following codes in the HTML section of your post/page;

    This will create the jump link.

    This will create where the jump starts.

    Hope this help.

  7. @phatpast
    In what way was that helpful?

  8. Oops.. the html code did not appear;

    here it is again in an image format so you can see the code;

    Image here

    Hope this help.

  9. lol ... about the b0rked link as I have been know to do the same. :)
    But how does that differ from the support entry instructions?

  10. panaghiotisadam

    @adventurealways: This concrete example might help:
    If not, point us to the page in question and I will tailor it accordingly.

    @phatpast: To display code here, you need to enclose it between backticks.

  11. I realize now that all the information you are giving me is valuable and straight forward. My only problem is that I didn't know to type everything in the "HTML" side of the log. I have never done anything like this before, so I am just trying to figure this new language out. Thank you all for the help, I think I can take it from here.

  12. @adventurealways
    You're welcome. There is a learning curve involved but I encourage you to hang in and proceed in step by step fashion. Best wishes for successful blogging. :)

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