How to link a paragraph?

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How to link a paragraph?
« on: 12-14-2011, 02:32:16 »

I have a web page and I want to link to a paragraph in it rather than a whole page. Can you please describe how this can be done ,or any suggestions please.

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Re: How to link a paragraph?
« Reply #1 on: 12-21-2011, 01:48:37 »
Hi all,

It is not easy but you can try it. As described under the area stage going, one of the work of you is to demonstrate people how the different thoughts in the composing fit together. This implies generating the relationships between segments, between sentences and between phrases clear for people.

Each passage, follows some other aspect of the composing. Even the first passage comes after the subject. To be able to help viewers adhere to our composing, we have to consider what they have already study and what range of disagreement we want them to study. It is like getting someone who cannot see along a particular course. You have to carry their palm and offer them guidelines to guideline them up and down, eventually left and right, as a way to arrive at one more destination: your summary.

Even when phrases are clearly relevant by the same subject, there can be a issue of circulation. This usually takes place because the relationships between phrases are not specific or because people has to make a leap in their comprehension without any help from the thoughts on the site. There are several techniques of helping the communication (connectedness) and coherence (clarity of sense and flow) of our composing.

Cohesion can be enhanced by using backlinks thoughts (also known as conjunctions or connectives), such as: because, so, first of all, secondly, moreover, furthermore and however. But it can also be enhanced by easy methods such as the repeating of key thoughts, categories of thoughts, or even whole phrase components (called parallelism). Another way of increasing communication is by changing key thoughts with pronouns (it, they, these, this, that, he, she) in nearby phrases.

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