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HTML

Creating a div which has next and previous buttons

I'm creating a website and need to create a div that will have next and previous buttons, that will navigate to more content. However, I only want that div to go forward and back without the entire page progressing. Does anyone know a good tutorial?

2 Answers

Christopher Lindor
Christopher Lindor
2,851 Points

Try adding a link to the next div's id

<a href="#id"> TEXT OF LINK </a>

This should bring you to the content and div labeled with the id of your choice.

What would the structure look like for the div?

Christopher Lindor
Christopher Lindor
2,851 Points

The same as you normally would arrange them just before the closing tag of the div add that link and it should bring you to the id that you specified in the href="#id".