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WP Fragmention


Fragmention is a method of linking to any text in a web page proposed by Kevin Marks. It uses a double hash syntax appended to a URL with the text following the two hash marks, using plus symbols to replace spaces. For example:

This removes the need for site developers to hard-code ID attributes into their site’s tags and gives users a completely flexible way to point to exactly the text they want to reference within a page.

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  1. Upload the wp-fragmention directory to your site’s plugins directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress


Are the any plugin options?

Nope. Just activate the plugin and go. No configuration needed.


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Latest version of the Fragmention script, including a minified version.


Updated to the latest version of the Fragmention script, which fixes an issue parsing the second hashmark.


Updated to the latest version of the Fragmention script. Fixed readme.txt with expanded description and the proper plugin name.


When a fragmention link is used, the relevant block of text is now highlighted in the page.


Initial release.