Use a bookmark to let a site visitor “jump” from any word or phrase to another place in the same content block.
Bookmarks are particularly helpful on a long page. For example, your Web page contains minutes from several meetings, and the top of the page lists meeting dates. You could assign a hyperlink to each date, and a bookmark to each set of minutes. A site visitor can click any date to “jump” (using the bookmark) to those minutes.
To use a bookmark, you create 2 things:
- a source—text a user clicks to jump to the bookmark
- a destination—the location to which the cursor jumps when the source is clicked
It may be easier to create all bookmarks first then link them. Have the inspector open.
- Click where you wish to add bookmark ( the destination)
- From the insert toolbar select add Bookmark
- Click on bookmark, then name in Inspector
- Create and link the question
- In Inspector select bookmark (click on the link)
- Save or Publish the page