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The standard way of using


as link into

<h2 id="design">Design</h2>

does not make the browser to jump this header to the top of the page.

<a name="design"><h2>Design</h2></a>

does it on Firefox, following


It also works in Internet Explorer.

But it does not work on Google Chrome. What else should I do to make it work on Chrome?

  • Both <a name="design"><h2>Design</h2></a> and <h2 id="design">Design</h2> work just fine as jump targets when linking to #design in my chromium. Is it OS specific, or chrome version specific? Do you have any JavaScripts interfering? – janh Jan 30 '18 at 14:59
  • Works fine for me too. Suggest you try the usual troubleshooting techniques - clear cache, delete preferences, create new user account on your 'puter and try it there, etc. – Peter HvD Jan 31 '18 at 15:25

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