Be kind to your reader – Internal Links speed document navigation.
What’s an internal link? Browsing around the Internet you have many occasions to encounter links – links designed to go to another web page. These links may go to a website or landing page or a cited resource, for example. But there is also a way to make an internal link. This is a link that stays within the document presented, but goes to another location in the same document.
For example, you may want your reader to be able to jump to the glossary at the end of the document, or from an index of contents at the top to the beginning of each item indexed, or to a more Read more →