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I need a link that goes to a section of text further down on the page so people do not have to scroll down, they can just click on a title, and it will take them to that section of information (on the same page).

 

This is the code I have tried, but it does not work in OsC. It works on my HTML editor, but I can not get it to work on OsC.

 

<a HREF="#skintans">How your Skin Tans</A>

<li><B>Healthy Skin tans faster, stays tan longer and tans darker!</B></li>

<A HREF="#keeptan"><li><b>Maintaining your tan</b></li></A>

 

 

 

<A NAME="skintans">How your skin Tans</A>

<p>Ultraviolet light, whether produced by the sun or a tanning unit, consists of two main components, UVA and UVB, both of which contribute differently to your tan. Tanning takes place in your skins outermost layer, the epidermis. UVB rays stimulate the production of melanin, the pigment that makes you tan.<br></p>

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<img height="166" src="http://www.houseofrays.com/images/skin3.gif" width="216" align="middle">

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<p> production takes time to develop. That is why most people cannot develop a tan in just one day. When the melanin is exposed to UVA rays it oxidized or darkens. <br>

The tanning process takes between 12 and 48 hours to develop. This is the reason why you do not actually see your results until the next day, sometimes even 2 days later. Thus, 2 tanning sessions within this 24-hour period could cause sunburn. <br>

It will take between 2 and 8 sessions before a tan is noticed, and 12-16 sessions before you see a golden base tan. <br>

By gradually developing a base tan, you are protecting yourself from future exposures, and increasing your tolerance at the same time. As your tan develops, your skin thickens, thereby limiting the amount of UV that can penetrate to the lower skin layers.</p>

 

<h4><a name="live">Don't be afraid of the light, you couldn't live without it!</h4>

<p>By law, indoor tanning facilities cannot say that indoor tanning is safe or therapeutic. That's because there are risks involved with overexposure to sunlight. As an intelligent consumer, you deserve to get a balanced picture of what scientific research is saying about UV light exposure.</p>

<li>Smart Tanning means respecting both the risks and the benefits involved with sun exposure and making intelligent decisions based on that information. We want to help you understand the balance.</li>

<li>Appropriate levels of sunlight are different for every person, but the Golden Rule of Smart Tanning is the same for everyone: Don't ever sunburn.</li>

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I need a link that goes to a section of text further down on the page so people do not have to scroll down, they can just click on a title, and it will take them to that section of information (on the same page).

 

This is the code I have tried, but it does not work in OsC. It works on my HTML editor, but I can not get it to work on OsC.

 

<a HREF="#skintans">How your Skin Tans</A>

<li><B>Healthy Skin tans faster, stays tan longer and tans darker!</B></li>

<A HREF="#keeptan"><li><b>Maintaining your tan</b></li></A>

 

 

 

<A NAME="skintans">How your skin Tans</A>

<p>Ultraviolet light, whether produced by the sun or a tanning unit, consists of two main components, UVA and UVB, both of which contribute differently to your tan. Tanning takes place in your skins outermost layer, the epidermis. UVB rays stimulate the production of melanin, the pigment that makes you tan.<br></p>

<br>

<img height="166" src="http://www.houseofrays.com/images/skin3.gif" width="216" align="middle">

<br>

<p> production takes time to develop. That is why most people cannot develop a tan in just one day. When the melanin is exposed to UVA rays it oxidized or darkens. <br>

The tanning process takes between 12 and 48 hours to develop. This is the reason why you do not actually see your results until the next day, sometimes even 2 days later. Thus, 2 tanning sessions within this 24-hour period could cause sunburn. <br>

It will take between 2 and 8 sessions before a tan is noticed, and 12-16 sessions before you see a golden base tan. <br>

By gradually developing a base tan, you are protecting yourself from future exposures, and increasing your tolerance at the same time. As your tan develops, your skin thickens, thereby limiting the amount of UV that can penetrate to the lower skin layers.</p>

 

<h4><a name="live">Don't be afraid of the light, you couldn't live without it!</h4>

<p>By law, indoor tanning facilities cannot say that indoor tanning is safe or therapeutic. That's because there are risks involved with overexposure to sunlight. As an intelligent consumer, you deserve to get a balanced picture of what scientific research is saying about UV light exposure.</p>

<li>Smart Tanning means respecting both the risks and the benefits involved with sun exposure and making intelligent decisions based on that information. We want to help you understand the balance.</li>

<li>Appropriate levels of sunlight are different for every person, but the Golden Rule of Smart Tanning is the same for everyone: Don't ever sunburn.</li>

 

I just went to your site it seems to work fine

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