How do i create "Sub-links" ?

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webactor

Hi Folks

How do i create "Sub-links" ?

Ex. if you write "netcraft" on Google

You will see that there appear some "sub-links"
That links directly to specific elements on the website

How do i make create "Sub-links" for my website ?


Hope you kan help my

C yaaaa - Kimo

:::::::::::::::::::::::. Dansih :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Hej Venner

Nu er jeg ikke lige sikker på at jeg poster denne tråd i den helt
rigtige gruppe.
Men jeg håber i så fald at i vil kunne linke mig videre til den
rigtige gruppe.

Når jeg søger på Google, har jeg set visse websider
der indholder "Sublinks" el "Underlinks" - der direkte linker ind til
elementer til den pågældene webside .

Eks. Prøv at søg på ASE på Google.

I vil i så fald kunne se at linket der fremkommer
har nogle "Underlinks"

lidt a´la nedenstående
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og andre virksomhedsledere.
www.ase.dk/ - 19k - Cached - Lignende sider

Tast selv - www.ase.dk/default.asp?id=2
Hent materiale - www.ase.dk/default.asp?id=3
Kontakt - www.ase.dk/default.asp?id=12
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Mit spørgsmål er nu. Hvordan laver man disse "Sublinks" ?
Det må vel være noget i META genereringen .. eller ?

Jeg håber i kan hjælpe mig

Med venlig hilsen | Best Regards
kimo
 
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=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Olli_M=E4ntyranta?=

Hi Folks

How do i create "Sub-links" ?

Ex. if you write "netcraft" on Google

You will see that there appear some "sub-links"
That links directly to specific elements on the website

How do i make create "Sub-links" for my website ?


Hope you kan help my

C yaaaa - Kimo
Hi!

There are two ways:

<a href="#there">Read there</a>
<!-- some markup -->
<p id="there">This is the section you wanted to have linked</p>


<a href="#orThere">Or read there</a>
<!-- some markup -->
<p><a name="orThere">This is an anchor</a>,
which can also be linked to!</p>

Using the first method is easier and more common today, since you have a
simpler markup that way. Remember that while you may use numbers in 'id'
-attribute, you may not use them as the first digit.
You can also link to a specific part of the page from other page using
the same method:
<a href="otherpage.html#here">Interesting part on other page</a>
 
R

Rik

Olli said:
Hi!

There are two ways:

<a href="#there">Read there</a>
<!-- some markup -->
<p id="there">This is the section you wanted to have linked</p>


<a href="#orThere">Or read there</a>
<!-- some markup -->
<p><a name="orThere">This is an anchor</a>,
which can also be linked to!</p>

Using the first method is easier and more common today, since you
have a simpler markup that way. Remember that while you may use
numbers in 'id' -attribute, you may not use them as the first digit.
You can also link to a specific part of the page from other page using
the same method:
<a href="otherpage.html#here">Interesting part on other page</a>

I think you've missed the point (or did I?).
AFAIK it's about a hit on google, which has several sublinks underneath to
different portions/subdomains/etc. on the site.
I wouldn't know how to tell Google this BTW :).

It's not about html, so a bit offtopic, alt.internet.search-engines would
be more appropriate.
 
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=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Olli_M=E4ntyranta?=

Olli said:
Hi!

There are two ways:

<a href="#there">Read there</a>
<!-- some markup -->
<p id="there">This is the section you wanted to have linked</p>


<a href="#orThere">Or read there</a>
<!-- some markup -->
<p><a name="orThere">This is an anchor</a>,
which can also be linked to!</p>

Using the first method is easier and more common today, since you have a
simpler markup that way. Remember that while you may use numbers in 'id'
-attribute, you may not use them as the first digit.
You can also link to a specific part of the page from other page using
the same method:
<a href="otherpage.html#here">Interesting part on other page</a>
Oh, what a stupid way I wrote my answer. I hope you understood it
anyway. I put the stress on anchors INSIDE the webpage, which wasn't
actually what you were asking for. Pay attention to the last line I wrote.
Now I'll stop writing before I make things any worse, and start spending
the weekend.

Olli,
vi er hvite ,vi er blåe (?) vi er finske dynamit, or something like that...
 

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