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LInking to named Anchors

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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?

Thanks!

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