I am still grappling with how to protect my "published" data. However, one part of the "paper" deals with subscripts or references.
I can use either internal or external links; i.e., link to the bottom of the same page or link to an external 'reference' page. Linking within the same page would make for faster processing and reading. However, I suspect it would not be much faster than 'external'.
The methodology, internal vs external, is not my primary question but rather how do I return to my point of origin. The majority of our readers are up in years (like me) and computer illiterate. So, how can I conveniently get them back to the original, in this case, subscript?
The HTML code (Article5.html) is as follows:
<p><b>Dystonia</b> is defined by a subcommittee of the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation as a syndrome dominated by sustained muscle contractions, frequently causing twisting and repetitive movements or abnormal postures (unpublished definition). The involuntary movements can vary from brief spasm to sustained contractions. In cranial dystonia the involuntary spasms are bilateral and involve eyelid, facial, mandibular, oral, lingual and laryngeal muscles.<sup><a href="Article5Ref.html #one">1</a></sup> Synonymous terms for this entity include Meige's syndrome, Breughel's syndrome, idiopathic orofacial dystonia, blepharospasm-oromandibular dystonia and cranial-cervical dystonia. Its most frequent presenting sign is blepharospasm.<sup><a href="Article5Ref.html #two" title="Use Back Arrow to Return to Article">2-4</a></sup></p>
The external code (Article5Ref.html) is as follows:
<a name="one"><dd>1.</dd><dt> Meige H: Les convulsions de la face, une forme clinique de convulsion faciale, bilaterale, et mediane. Rev Neurol 1910;20: 437-443</dt></a>
<a name="two"><dd>2.</dd><dt> Marsden CD: Blepharospasm/oromandibular dystonia syndrome (Brueghel's syndrome). J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1976; 39: 1204-1209</dt></a>
<a name="three"><dd>3.</dd><dt> Jankovic J, Ford J: Blepharospasm and orofacial-cervical dystonia: clinical and pharmacological findings in 100 patients. Ann Neurol 1983; 13: 402-441</dt></a>
<a name="four"><dd>4. Jankovic J, Orman J: Blepharospasm: demographic and clinical survey of 250 patients. Ann Ophthalmol 1984; 16: 371-376</dd><dt></dt>
<a name="five"><dd>5. Eckman PB, Kramer RA, Altrocchi PH: Hemifacial spasm. Arch Neurol 1971; 25: 81-87</dd><dt></dt>
<a name="six"><dd>6. Auger RG: Hemifacial spasm: clinical and electrophysiologic observations. Neurology 1979; 29: 1261-1272</dd><dt></dt>
How to I return to Article5.html? Do I use "title" to advise them on how to get back or is there some concrete way of doing it?
Your help would be greatly appreciated.