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  • jack randall

    (@theotherlebowski)

    hastags are html special entities and they have special codes to help you display them in places where the actual sign has a specific coding function.

    you can add entities to URLs in html (hashtag is %23, see here for html entities reference ) but i don’t know if it works in permalinks… there are certain server side issues to be taken into consideration with URLs generated in blogs and CMS’s

    jack randall

    (@theotherlebowski)

    or are you trying to create a linkable table of contents? if so then you create the anchor point on the element you want to jump down to, ie:

    <h1 id="anchor_id">section heading</h1>

    and then in the link text you want people to click to jump put:

    <a href="#anchor_id">clickable text</a>

    All I’m trying to do is:

    Create a page, say Video Gallery

    That will then go in the nav-bar

    The permalink should be

    http://cinemageek.co.uk/#video

    Which will link to an anchor on the main page

    I tried the %23 and it worked except a forward slash is also added after

    Like so, http://cinemageek.co.uk/#video/

    Which, unfortunately, is not what I want, but I can’t see anyway of getting rid of the /

    Oh well, a gif will have to do!

    😉

    Thanks for the help!

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