"standard" to direct browser to jump to a location in a linked document that doesn't have an
a name anchor tag. aka Scroll-to-Text: (2020-06-18) Scroll To Text Fragment Chrome Platform Status
- start at Sterling Distraction
- find a relatively unique phrase: "linear music"
- have (mac-chrome) browser make Text Fragment: http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/SterlingDistraction#:~:text=talent%20for%20rigid%2C-,linear%20music,-that%20less%20troubled
- note how it uses a longer chunk of text than is necessary, can I manually shorten that to http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/SterlingDistraction#:~:text=linear%20music?
- what if I manually hack that to
Sterling Distraction#:~:text=linear%20music? → Sterling Distraction#:~:text=linear%20music
- nope, my code strips out all the punctuation to generate http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/SterlingDistractiontextlinear20music
- but I could probably fix that
- but bigger issue it feels like this UX works if I open a new window and paste in the long/block URL, but it doesn't work if I follow a link? (whether replace-current-window, open-new-window, or open-in-new-tab)