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I'm hoping someone can help me with this. I'm using the Enterprise cloud version of Confluence. I'm linking to an anchor within my document.
I've created a "manual TOC" because I only want links to specific parts of my document. (all in one or two sections, not the whole document).
I created the Anchor just above the heading that I want to link to because I found otherwise, the heading is missing from the jump. In my link, I use the hash tag# in front of the anchor name.
E.g. Heading name "(A) Topic One" ; Anchor name "A_Topic_One" ; the link "#A_Topic_One"
I also have a "back_to_TOC" under the link that was jumped to that takes the reader back to my manual TOC. (That seems to behave like I would expect, not opening an additional copy.)
When I click on the link there is a little latency, then it opens the page and jumps to the link. The problem is that it opens a new instance of the page. So after I've linked several times my tabs look like: 'Other Document', 'Linking Doc', 'Linking Doc', 'Linking Doc'.
Every time I link to somewhere in the page it opens another Linking Doc. I don't see any parameters that say to open in another tab or another document. I don't seem to have an option to control this.
Does anyone know how to make it jump to an anchor on the page without opening another document?
Thanks in advance,