Hmm, I can’t recall of them at the top of my head.
All I remember was this is common for the content page of tutorials.
It’ll have all the topics listed in a word or so, and when you click on them it bring you into more detail. But I shall experiment and see.
You mean like a table of contents? You will need to use HTML tags for that. For headings use the hn tag where n represents the header level (1-6 or higher; higher number means bigger heading) and use the a href tag to link to a heading. Your elements should have ids.
For headings: <h1 id="heading--foobar">
For jumping to headings: <a href="#heading--foobar">
I have a header (and reply test for the Bulletin Board category) here:
Thank you so much, I think that’s what I needed!
And I also found about AnchorPoints so thankyou @DMCPEPlays for linking me that guide.
I think AnchorPoints and Table of contents is what I needed. I apologise for the misleading title( I wasn’t sure what it’s called) and bother.