mitoXD's avatar
A "div id"?! Please specify.

Any "div id" in the source is dA-internal. Deviants can’t do that; such special tags will be ignored. Please see inetc. (again) what is allowed.
linux-rules's avatar
but you did something similar in here:  ssid-holo by mitoXD ssid-holo#cnts . how you get that placeholder? (#cnts) I don't know much HTML so I though than that could be only achived with div id...
mitoXD's avatar
That’s just internal hyperlinks. Within the deviation description, I gave different source/reference anchor tags <a ...></a> (empty = unclickable!) at certain positions individual names (like IDs) and referred to them from elsewhere. The source URL href="#" just means the very same page to avoid reloading. So clicking a target link beginning with a hash directly jumps to a named position.

Do a Control + U, find e.g. "cnts" via Control + F and learn about this technique. Find out what happens when the target link is only "#" and requires no explicit source name.

HTH
linux-rules's avatar
You don't know how useful it wast this comment for me. Thank you so much :worship:
mitoXD's avatar
My pleasure. ^^
linux-rules's avatar
I know :D I love internal hyperlinks :D I didn't know that it can be done without div id's Is what I have always used in my blog.

so...a <a href="#" name="cnts"> behaves like a <div id="cnts"> ? :D awesome!!

thank you very much!
mitoXD's avatar
You’re welcome!