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Use Anchors on Web Pages to Get the User to Your Content Faster

anchorIdeally, web content should be concise. Our online attention spans are short and people don’t like to scroll on their screens. But in Extension and research, sometimes content needs to include detailed information. Web page headings are a great way to break up content on a screen, and so are anchors.

Examples of anchors include County Office listings – just click on the first letter at the top of the page of the office you want to contact and you will be brought to the group of listings for that letter – no scrolling needed. Learn how to use anchors in Ag CMS.

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