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Navigate to bookmark in local file

Navigate to bookmark in local file

Navigate to bookmark in local file

(OP)
Is there any way to use a hyperlink to go to a bookmark in an HTML file stored on a local hard disk?

Add water (makes its own sauce).

RE: Navigate to bookmark in local file

I guess you would do it in the same way as for an HTML file stored on a server. Something like this:

CODE -->

<a href="file:///C:/MyFolder/index.htm#MyBookmark">anchor text</a> 

where C:/MyFolder/index.htm is the path to the local file, and MyBookmark is the name of the bookmark.

Mike

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RE: Navigate to bookmark in local file

(OP)
Thanks, Mike. Of course that works. Sorry about wasting your good time. The HTML wasn't the problem.

Add water (makes its own sauce).

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