It’s confusing that a link to a specific element on a page is commonly referred to as an “anchor” tag. In the HTML spec, the part after the # in a URL is called the Hash, but we don’t refer to these as “hash tags”, do we?
On Jul 15, 2013, at 10:17 PM, Mark Luthringer wrote:
I have many graphic text Items with links. For SEO, Google wants the links described by what it calls ‘anchor text’.
Is this the same as ‘defining an anchor’ in Freeway?
I suspect not as FW adds a ‘#’ to the text and adds it to the url, which I think instructs browsers to go to a certain part of a page…
‘Anchor text’? ‘definine anchor’?