Commit f8bcc1ba authored by Dan Allen's avatar Dan Allen
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resolves #21 document where anchor must be placed for item in dlist (PR #22)

parent ed694f82
......@@ -27,11 +27,19 @@ anchor:bookmark-c[]Use a cross reference to link to this location.
[[anchor-point]]* list item text
// end::anchor-wrong[]
// tag::anchor-list[]
// tag::anchor-list-item[]
* First item
* [[step2]]Second item
* Third item
// end::anchor-list[]
// end::anchor-list-item[]
// tag::anchor-dlist-item[]
[[cpu,CPU]]Central Processing Unit (CPU)::
The brain of the computer.
[[hard-drive]]Hard drive::
Permanent storage for operating system and/or user files.
// end::anchor-dlist-item[]
// tag::anchor-header[]
=== Version 4.9 [[version-4_9]]
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......@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ The anchors in the text get replaced with invisible anchor points in the output.
For example, you would not put an anchor in front of a list item:
.Wrong position for an anchor ID in front of a list item.
.Incorrect position for an anchor ID in front of a list item
[source]
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include::example$id.adoc[tag=anchor-wrong]
......@@ -125,7 +125,15 @@ Instead, you would put it at the very start of the text of the list item:
.Define an inline anchor on a list item
[source]
----
include::example$id.adoc[tag=anchor-list]
include::example$id.adoc[tag=anchor-list-item]
----
For a description list, the anchor must be placed at the start of the term:
.Define an inline anchor on a description list item
[source]
----
include::example$id.adoc[tag=anchor-dlist-item]
----
Here's how you can define the ID for a section using an inline anchor:
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