Re: [NH] Link to Bookmark Opens Page Unexpectedly
- Hi Axel,
On 18 May 12 03:20 Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> said:
> Still, as I use Netscape 4.8 for writing this post and won't changeIn that case I understand. I'd probably still use Lynx for that
> anytime soon, and as long as Netscape 4.8 is my standard test
> environment for no script, no CSS, no graphics, I won't stop
> catering for it in my own pages.
- Hi Greg, Axel, and Marcelo,
Greg and Axel, you break me up!
Marcelo, I thought I did validate the page. When I view source in Firefox,
I see an HTML Validator screen that shows 0 errors and 0 warnings. Maybe I
tweaked the page after I validated it.
Bottom line: With your help (along with a good laugh), I'm now using ID in
the table row, and the link behaves as expected, but not tested in any of
last century's browsers.
On Thu, May 17, 2012 at 7:19 PM, Greg Chapman <gregchapmanuk@...>wrote:
> Hi Ray,
> On 18 May 12 00:02 Ray Shapp <rayshapp@...> said:
> > The link is:
> > http://asterism.org/events/events01.htm#starparty2012-05-19
> > In both browsers, the page opens about nine lines above the line
> > where the anchor is embedded.
> Not from where I look. The anchor (duplicated!) is above the table.
> Why not add an ID to the appropriate table row rather than use an
> <tr id="starparty2012-05-19">
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