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Thanks for posting this! I tried putting this into the "Link URL" box and it did not read it. Just in case I did not explain myself correctly, the email just has the links to the post on our website. I inlcuded a link that is just the URL of the post and that works fine. However, in the email, I included the 4 sections and I want to link each section to the location on the post in which the section begins. So let's say it says "Section 1" in the email. I want the person to be able to click on that and be brought to that exact section of the post. If you could provide any more help I would greatl appreciate it. Thanks!
Here are a few examples.So for you, it might beetcBut for it to work, on the web page http://yourblog.com/article.htm you need to have anchor tags in the html appropriately.Such as<a name="Section1">Section 1</a><a name="Section2">Section </a> etc at appropriate places.More info,Also wanted to mention, Anchor tags are not fully supported by all email clients. This means that after all your hard work of coding and formatting your newsletter, recipients may end up with broken anchor tags.Some of the more popular email clients, including Outlook 2003, Express, Hotmail, and Yahoo! Mail, support anchors for the most part. Those that did not support the anchor tags were Gmail, AOL Mail, and Android 2.3.
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