Dreamweaver MX 2004 Basics
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When writing papers or posting "information rich" pages, you may want to link within the page to afford the user more freedom of movement and choice (e.g. "back to top"). These situations call for named Anchors.

When you insert a named anchor (from the Insert Window or main toolbar, Insert > Named Anchor) a tag is inserted into your document. To continue with the above example, insert one at the top of your document and call it "top:"

Lower on your page (at least one screen length), type "back to top" or simply "top."

Highlight the word or phrase, then place your cursor in the link field of the Properties Window and type "#top". The # is telling the browser to look for the anchor named "top:"

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