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August 2010

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The #PAGINATION tag creates (by default) an HTML anchor [1] which enables the browser to directly display the part of the page which is paginated; for example, sometimes we might want to put pagination links below a list of articles, but also, at the same time, we might want to place the anchor above that list.

This is where the #ANCRE_PAGINATION tag comes in, which creates the anchor in question and interrupts the following #PAGINATION tag from inserting its own.

<BOUCLE_page(ARTICLES) {par date} {pagination}>


[1Refer to the definition of this HTML element

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