A link has two ends, called anchors. The link starts at the source anchor and points to the destination anchor, which may be any web resource, for example, an image, an audio or video clip, a PDF file, an HTML document or an element within the document itself, and so on.
If there is an
<a name="foo"> tag or any tag with an
<div id="foo">), then you can simply append
#foo to the URL. Otherwise, you can’t arbitrarily link to portions of a page.
Here’s a complete example:
<a href="htthtmloverride.com/">Jump to Htmloverride page</a>
Linking content on the same page example:
<a href="#foo">Jump to #foo on same page</a>
Hope it was helpful:)