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  1. blank22
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I hope that I do not get vilified for not "searching first"... I have. I've also tried Google quite extensively to no avail.

    I am trying to post a rather extensive CV as a page on my site, and I want people to be able to easily find the different sections (e.g. publications, honors, memberships, etc.). Does anyone know of a way to have page sections show up on the navigation nested below the page itself (perhaps generated from all h3 tags or specially formatted anchor tags)?

    Sub-pages are not a solution because the content is spread out on to multiple pages. It is important for everything to be on the same page.

    Thanks for all of your help.

    Example Navigation:

    Home Page
    Curriculum Vitae
    - Publications (Books)
    - Publications (Other)
    - Honors and Awards
    - Memberships
    - etc.
    Contact Information

  2. shadow
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    In the code you can add links to each section such as this
    at the top:

    <a title="linktop" name="linktop"></a><a href="#link1">Link 1</a>

    And then at whatever section youwant to link to, you can have the following:

    <a title="link1" name="link1"></a><a href="#linktop">Top</a>

    You can set all this up anywhere on the page and have as many links as you wish to as many section as as you need

  3. blank22
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I'm well aware of the HTML particulars. However, your solution would require modifying the actual template files. I would like to know of some way to do this within the interface. There really is no point in using a CMS if you have to manually edit the files to change something.

  4. shadow
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    You do not have to modify the templates. This can be included in your post. This happens within the interface.

  5. blank22
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I believe that you misunderstand my problem. What I want is within the navigation, which is separate from the page contents. Putting inline anchors and links in the text itself is a workaround, not a solution.

    Example Navigation:

    Home Page
    Curriculum Vitae
    - Publications (Books)
    - Publications (Other)
    - Honors and Awards
    - Memberships
    - etc.
    Contact Information

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