A hyperlink can point to a specific place in a page using an anchor, or bookmark. In FrontPage, the bookmark is usually identified with a blue flag.
This is commonly called linking to anchors or bookmarks within a page. These links can be handy when you want to link to a specific location other than the very top of the page. (However, they can also be used within a Web page to take you back to the top of that page.)
To link to a bookmark, you must first open one of your Web pages in FrontPage and insert the bookmark. We'll show you exactly how to do this in the practice session that's coming up. In FrontPage, the bookmark is represented by a blue flag.
The second step is to create the actual link to the bookmark. Again, this is something you'll be able to try in the practice session.
Many Web site designers use these kinds of links for frequently asked questions pages (also known as FAQ pages). An FAQ page typically has a list of questions at the top, and each question has a link that takes you to its answer further down the page.