LInking to named Anchors

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koakstoaks

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koakstoaks

29-07-2015

Is this possible in DPS 2015? I've tried to link footnote numbers to the footnote and the bottom of the page (using Dreamweaver) and the links don't work in the iPad & iPhone app. It does work when I preview my page in a web browser. Is this just something that isn't supported or am I doing something wrong?

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Bob_Bringhurst_

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03-09-2015

The article name is not index.html. It's the name of the article that you specify when you create the article instance in the Portal.

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koakstoaks

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koakstoaks

03-09-2015

Doh! I knew I was missing something obvious! Thanks for the answer Bob!

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03-09-2015

Hello Neil,

I followed the format of navto:// in my Dreamweaver document, but the link to the anchor is still not working on mobile and tablet.

Here's the anchor in the code: <a name="fn1"></a>

Here's the link to the namedanchor: <a href="navto://index#fn1">1</a>

I've also tried: <a href="navto://#fn1">1</a> and <a href="navto://Wright#fn1">1</a>  (Wright is Wright.article)

Am I confusing this? navto://[articlename]#[anchorname]

For DPS 2015 the name is index.html - but when it's put through the html packager is it loosing the 'article name' as index?

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Neil_Enns_-_Ado

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Neil_Enns_-_Ado
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29-07-2015

They work, use the navto:// URL format. See Digital Publishing Suite Help | Hyperlink and button overlays

Neil