Usually a link is designed to go to another web page – to your website or to a landing page or to a cited resource, for example. But there is also a way to make an internal link go 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 extended explanation of an example. In each case, you save the reader the trouble of extensive scrolling, making your document easier to navigate on first reading or to find content after having read.

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