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Frank J.
Frank J.
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Author: Frank J.
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Hi

My site is about my astronomy projects and part includes images I have taken. I want to create an index wich will be a list of targets by their official designation. When each item is clicked I would like to be taken to the specific image on another page in the site.

For example NGC7822 in the index is a nebula, and all images of nebulae and in a seperate page called Nebula. I know that if I set the item in the index, say, NGC7822, as a link it will take me to the Nebula page. However I would like it to take me to the specific entry for NGC7822, within the Nebula page.

Is that possible please? If so how? 

Thanks 

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John S.
John S.
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You could use anchors for that.

It will take you to a specific row on a page.

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John S.
John S.
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Example:

On this page : https://www.bramminginfo.dk/182---203.html I have descriptions for locations of part of a route.

I have made each location on its own row.

For 188, Vardehus Slot, I have made an anchor Anker188

If I want to direct a user to the explanation for 188. Vardehus Slot, then I will construct a link/URL like this:

https://www.bramminginfo.dk/182---203.html#Anker188

In X5 you can specify a X5 page with an anchor, when you specify a link.

Hope this helps you.

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Andreas S.
Andreas S.
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I don't know if you mean something like this, but search G00gle for "reference sensitive graphics".

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John S.
John S.
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You make the anchors like this:

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John S.
John S.
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I use a sticky bar so I have made an offset for the anchors. It is made using code and it takes effect for all anchors starting with Anker. It is a quite simple code but very effective. If you are using the sticky bar and the anchor-solution is something you can use, then tell it here in the thread and I will show the code for the offset for anchors.

If you are using the sticky bar, then when using the anchors will result in having the top of the anchor-item be covered by the sticky bar - thats is why some workaround is needed then.

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 ‪ KolAsim ‪ ‪
 ‪ KolAsim ‪ ‪
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Frank J.
... ... I want to create an index wich will be a list of targets by their official designation. When each item is clicked I would like to be taken to the specific image on another page in the site. ... ... 

(It > En) ... you create HIDDEN pages for each topic ...
... the links are applied simply by clicking, opening on the second page, or in the showbox, or in jS PopUp; ... very simple and intuitive ...
......
... if instead it is an image that collects various constellations / topics to be linked, like this example, then you have to use the HTML mapping (extra), (or SVG):
https://cdn.pixabay.com/photo/2020/10/08/05/06/stars-5636964_960_720.png

.

ciao

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Axel  
Axel  
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Best User of the month FR

Hello Franck,

 ‪ KolAsim ‪ ‪
... if instead it is an image that collects various constellations / topics to be linked...

May be in this case you can use the area tag to create some zones on your picture:

https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_area.asp

Enjoy!
Axel

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Axel  
Axel  
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Best User of the month FR

Hello Franck,

If answers are OK for you, don't forget to close this ticket.

Enjoy!
Axel

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Simon K.
Simon K.
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I recommend using anchors brother. They will have you best results. 

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Frank J.
Frank J.
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Hi All

Many thanks for all the responders. I have looked into Anchors/Ankers and think I understand ;=))

I have tried a few and they all work.

Thanks again, the help much appreciated.

Frank

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