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The best way to do that would be to first publish the topic, because you'll need to copy the direct link from the address bar. If you've already done that, just edit your existing post.

To link to a specific portion on a page you can use hashes ( #hash ) which link to HTML elements with a specific ID or name in some cases. As we've done with the tutorials, I've made use of tables because you can add classes and ids to them.

Here's a quick example :
Code:
[list]
[*][url=#section-a]Section A[/url]
[*][url=#section-b]Section B[/url]
[*][url=#section-c]Section C[/url]
[/list]

[table id="section-a"][tr][td][/td][/tr][/table]

[h2]Section A[/h2]
Some texts...


[table id="section-b"][tr][td][/td][/tr][/table]

[h2]Section B[/h2]
Some texts...


[table id="section-c"][tr][td][/td][/tr][/table]

[h2]Section C[/h2]
Some texts...


In the example above you'll need to place the link of the topic before the hash ( # ) in the URL bbcode. I'll consider inquiring about this, to make it easier to do what I've mentioned here.
by Ange Tuteur
on August 4th 2015, 11:37 pm
 
Search in: Garbage
Topic: Table of Contents
Replies: 9
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[New option] Hashtags # on your forum

turn off the system in the ACP  then Resynchronize your forum : then turn it back on again and see if that makes a change to it. Also try to just Hash tag one  at a time or ad a bigger gap at the end of more then one Tag   Like So>>  #tag  #hash  #Better
by Ape
on December 14th 2014, 3:38 pm
 
Search in: Updates and new features
Topic: [New option] Hashtags # on your forum
Replies: 21
Views: 9878

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