So, you want to make a page with jumps? For those who
are not familiar with page jumps, you can create "jumps" or links to different places on a page. For
example I have created a "Top" and "Bottom" page jump at the top and bottom of this page. They are
nothing but links to places on this page. Click on them and they will take you to the top or bottom
of this page. Page jumps can be very useful on very long pages of information. Before you continue
with this tutorial, please take a look at the Making Links Tutorial if you are
not familiar with links.
There are two page links, <A HREF="...">,
in the code above. Notice that the "#" (Pound) symbol was used here. This is very important,
don't forget it! <CENTER> and </CENTER> tags were used to center
everything nicely. Also, notice the use of the tags which were used to create the
proper spacing between the links. The "|" (bar) symbol was placed in there for looks. For more on the
& command see The "&" Command Tutorial.
Notice that the NAME tags used have to match up with the links shown earlier in this tutorial. Also, notice that in this case no "#" (Pound) symbol was used. Note that the use of "Top" and "Bot" was completely arbitrary. You can use what ever words you would like, just keep in mind that they are case sensitive. "Top" is different than "top". I hope this helps and have fun.