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You have probably noticed that on many of my pages, that if you select certain links, such as to my CGI-BIN page, that you wind up looking right at what it was I was telling you about. The secret to this are the

 

the <A NAME="TOP"></A> tags.

Before I show you the exact code to do this, let's just take a fast look at a full URL: (port ommitted since rarely used)

 

This URL tells the browser the following:

  • This is a HTML document request
  • The document can be found at the www.yourdomain.com domain
  • It is located in the folderdirectory under its root directory
  • It's name is abc.html (this document in fact)
  • Position the top of the screen at a location called TOP  
  • Note: To address a specific point on any page- just place the <A NAME=> tag in the target document. Create a link in the calling menu that corresponds to the anchor tag your created. Try it! 

Note: To address a specific point on any page- just place the <A NAME=> tag in the target document. Create a link in the calling menu that corresponds to the anchor tag your created. Try it! 

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