4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 22, 2007 7:42 AM by CrystalKirk

    Hyperlinks and text appearance

    Mrs.Kirk
      When creating hyperlinks & the text you have clicked on in the generated screen appears at the very top of the screen. Is there any possible way to change settings to show what your hyperlink text to appear further down the page instead of at the very top? It just seems like your eye naturally goes to the middle of the page not the top.

      Thanks
        • 1. Re: Hyperlinks and text appearance
          RoboWizard Level 4
          Hi Mrs.Kirk

          Care to try explaining that a bit differently? You are losing me. Are you referring to where bookmarks appear after you click? Normally they are positioned at the top of the browser. The only way they ever appear in the middle of a page is if the browser doesn't have sufficient space at the bottom of the page so as to allow proper positioning.

          Normally the request is opposite. The page doesn't scroll to the top and the author wants it to. And to do that, you put the cursor at the end of the topic and press Enter repeatedly to add "white space" to the end of the topic.

          Cheers... Rick
          • 2. Re: Hyperlinks and text appearance
            CrystalKirk
            Sorry, I am certainly not very good with my technical writing.

            So, are you saying that if i click on a bookmark or the hyperlink that It will appear at the very top of the page? There is no way to change it so It will appear in the middle of the page?

            • 3. Re: Hyperlinks and text appearance
              RoboWizard Level 4
              Hi there (Forum handle is different so not sure if you are the same person)

              The page is always positioned at the bookmarks. Assuming your page has sufficient space so as to allow the positioning to occur, the bookmarks are always presented along the top edge of the browser window.

              Again, assuming your page is long enough so as to allow this, you could place the bookmark much higher on the page nowhere near the content you want in the middle. This would certainly force the page to display closer to what you intended. But then if your user resized the browser, this could easilty throw things off.

              Cheers... Rick
              • 4. Re: Hyperlinks and text appearance
                CrystalKirk Level 1
                Yes It's still me *LOL*. Not sure what my name changed.

                Thanks for your help.