I doubt it will work, but I have to try anyway to make sure the rebuttal I intend to make to someone attacking me on a forum is accurate. (see thread hyperlink to a specific spot in another document (close new window to get back to this page).
I am trying to see if the method How to enable your visitors to jump from one part of your post to another (Click "Back" button to get back to this page) to make a link jump to a specific word in the same page will also work for jumping to word in another page. So I am going to see if a clicking a link on this page can cause the reader to jump to a specific word on another page. The way I am going to test it is to go to the individual page (permalink) of this post, click on the link, and see if it will help me jump to a specific word on that post.
Here is the link: A word in a another post. If it leads you to another post with the word "This is where it should land", then the method described will work for jumping to a specific word in another page, but I really have serious doubts, but I have to try anyway.
Update: Well, I tried. I have made the target in the next post where clicking on the above link should lead to, but nothing happens when I clicked it. This confirmed what I had said in the previos post, that the method wouldn't work for jumping to a specific word in another page.
Trying another method. This link should lead you to a spot in another page (next post) "This is where it should land. I am always in the process of learning and trying things out, so let's hope for my reader's sake, it works. (Note: for some reason or other, the HTML for the link is not accepted because Blogger is giving the error message "Your HTML cannot be accepted: Tag is broken:" even though when I ask those who should know says the HTML is OK. Will try another time when I have the time and the information).
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