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Posted: 15 Oct 2008 03:26:46 pm    Post subject:

As a little side project for myself I have been turning some of the walkthroughs for the PSP games I want into a manner that I can read them on the PSP. Thus far I have gotten Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions done, but I got a problem: I have split the FAQ into multiple .html pages so that the PSP doesn't run so slow. In doing this, I added links to specific sections of the page from a main table of contents. It seems though that I can't make the links work correctly. The only links that work are the ones that open the page, no anchors inside of them. If anyone has knowledge about how to make this work or I just have to stick it out, please explain.

TL;DR - I can't get links in the PSP browser to work if they are something like <a href="fftwotlw1.html\#00test">test</a>, but can if they are <a href="fftwotlw1.html">test</a>. Please respond if you can help.

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Posted: 15 Oct 2008 03:54:44 pm    Post subject:

Assuming the destination section anchors are in the form

<a name="00test">Link</a>

the source links should be in the form

<a href="fftwotlw1.html#00test">Go to section</a>

(Note no backslash).
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Posted: 15 Oct 2008 04:08:02 pm    Post subject:

Thank you. It works now. I was previously under the impression that you needed the backslash for some reason.
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Posted: 15 Oct 2008 05:31:34 pm    Post subject:

Some websites (mine included) do show /# in the address bar, but that's because there's an implied "index.html" or similar that falls in between those characters, as the browser will usually go to the start page if no page is specified, with the anchor being an afterthought.

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