Test HTML

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Last updated on July 15th, 2020

Here’s where I collect HTML to use in posts, pages, hooks, and headers.

Alert HTML

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<p style="background-color:#ffffaa" class="has-background"><strong>Warning!</strong> This is a draft, not a finalized post. See full <a href="https://www.smarterjoy.com/draft-blog-post">draft disclosure</a>.</p>

Anchor Text

See it used on the Evidence Requirements post outline.

The outline HTML for an entry adds a link to each line. The link = “https://www.sitename.com/post-name//#anchor-text” and looks like this:

  1. Important Facts
<ol><li><a href="https://www.smarterjoy.com/evidence-requirements-checklist/#1-important-facts">Important Facts</a></li></ol>

The corresponding anchor text starts with the <h2> header element, then adds a link to the header with an id tag inserted at the front and the #anchor added to the back of the link. It looks like this:

1. Important Facts

<h2><a id="1-important-facts" href="https://www.smarterjoy.com/evidence-requirements-checklist/#1-important-facts"></a>1. Important Facts</h2>