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Feature Proposal: Multiple Topics within one page get the same Link-Anchor


I want to create a page with different topics, but same sub-topics. For example: a page describing a holiday-trip. Each day get a Header1 "Day xy". For each day I describe the morning and evening as Header2 "Morning" and "Evening".

Within the table of contents I get:
Day 1
Day 2

The problem is, that each "Morning" and each "Evening" get the same Link-Anchor, so the links from Table of contents will point to the first "Morning" and "Evening".


All links "Test" from TOC point to this chapter.

Description and Documentation

Link-anchors of headlines within on page should probably be numbered to make them unique within a page.


Also refer to the sub-chapter "Test" within chapter "Motivation" and chapter "Examples".


This chapter is not linked from the TOC.


WhatDoesItAffect: Usability


-- Contributors: AlexanderS - 01 Jul 2007


This is in reality not a feature request but a plain bug report.

This is known and already accepted to be fixed. But it has not happened yet.

I am putting this in rejected because it is a duplicate.

-- KennethLavrsen - 01 Jul 2007

If it were a bug report (should it be?), the correct status would be "confirmed". So, as a FeatureRequest, I think "RejectedProposal" isn't quite right, given the current definition (and is a bit unfair to the committer). Kenneth, I hope this doesn't interfer with your efforts to automate release management, feel free to change it back if it does. But I think there's no harm to keep multiple requests for the same feature "alive", if only as a hint of the relevance of a request. Yes, the submitter might have added his request to the original one, but we know how messy Codev can be...

-- HaraldJoerg - 02 Jul 2007

This bug is also being tracked in Bugs:Item1607.

-- SvenDowideit - 11 Jan 2008

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