This link is broken. The target anchor does not exist or is commented out.
The anchor after the # symbol points to a non-existent NAME or ID on the target page. If the anchor link targets the same page nothing will happen when it’s clicked. If the anchor link targets another page, then the top of the target page will be displayed instead of the intended location. In most cases the destination anchor has been removed accidentally and should be reinstated.
- Broken Link
- 4.7 Jun 2012 Don’t complain about #top specified in HTML5.
- 1.0 Feb 2007 Added.
This page describes a web site issue detected by SortSite Desktop and OnDemand Suite.
Rule ID: ErrMissingAnchor