What is the anchor of a link

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It is often useful to point out certain places in an HTML file so that your readers can access them by reference or anchors. An anchor forms the start and end point of a hyperlink with which you can create a jump label within an HTML document. In the following guide we explain how to set an anchor in HTML. You can read here how to refer to an anchor.

Setting anchors in HTML

Put an anchor in HTML

  1. You have the beginning of one Section of text that you want to refer to. To do this, you can place the anchor on the heading, for example. This is done with the command:

  2. <h3> </h3> means here that it is the third heading, i.e. a heading of the third order. You can of course adjust this as you wish.
  3. For anchor name you then have to use the insert nameyou have selected for your anchor.
  4. In the area between <h3 id="Ankername"> and </h3> now write the desired title of your headline.
  5. You can read here how to refer to an anchor.

Put an anchor in an older version of HTML

  1. You want to go to the Beginning of a section of text, for example on a heading, refer. To do this, set an anchor with the command:

  2. <h3> </h3> means here that it is the third heading, i.e. a heading of the third order. Of course, you can customize the heading type so it is exactly how you need it.
  3. For Anchor name then you need the insert nameyou have selected for your anchor.
  4. Between <a name="Ankername"> and </a> then enter the Name of your headline a.
  5. You can read here how to refer to an anchor.