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G_Petruzella
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How to build targeted Guide URIs (with #) without id attribute?

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In ye olden days of guides.instructure.com, I could point faculty at the specific part of a Guide which directly answered their question, by appending # plus the id attribute for a specific <h2> on the Guide (which were consistently tagged with a nice id).

For example, directing someone to https://guides.instructure.com/m/4212/l/41977#TakeQuiz​ instead of https://guides.instructure.com/m/4212/l/41977 ... "and then scroll down to the part that says 'Take Quiz'"...

Now, I see that the new Guides no longer seem to include id attributes. Can someone more knowledgeable clue me in about what to use as fragment identifiers instead of id ?

Thanks for the help, especially if it's a n00b question. :smileysilly:

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bbelew
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Without an ID on the titles like they had it before I don't believe there is a way to do anchors.  They'd have to go back in and edit the guides to add anchors.

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scottdennis
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At this point, Gerol, we're all n00bs.  Smiley Happy

bbelew
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Without an ID on the titles like they had it before I don't believe there is a way to do anchors.  They'd have to go back in and edit the guides to add anchors.

G_Petruzella
Community Champion

Drat, that's what I was afraid would be the case. I was hoping there'd be some tricksy out-of-the-hat workaround. 😕