I was wondering the same thing. Can you link to a subsection or a arbitrary
location of a page?
I think this will be very useful. In html you can link to a specific
location in a document by using <a href=#unique_id>.
On Jan 27, 2016 3:24 PM, <s.span...@stud.uni-heidelberg.de> wrote:

> Dear Zim-Team,
>
> I'm wondering if it's possible to have links in the following way:
> Considering two pages A and B, they both contain subpages A.a, A.b, etc.
> and subtitles A.1, A.2, etc.
> To have a link "page A --> page B" and vice versa is obviously done easily.
> Even links like "page A --> page B : subpage B.x" are working out quite
> well.
>
> Now, I would like to have the links to be more specified, e.g. link "page
> A : *anywhere* --> page B : subtitle B.2" or "page A : subpage A.a :
> *anywhere* --> page B : *any subpage* : *anywhere*"  even "page A :
> subtitle A.x --> page A: subtitle A.y".
>
>
> Is my request possible in the present syntax?
>
>
> I actually got the idea from pdf's, in which it's possible to have
> references to equations and when clicking on those numbers (like: "see eq.
> [3]"), you get immediately to the corresponding equation (like eq. 3).
>
> I wish you a nice day!
>
> Sebastian Spaniol
>
>
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