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Hi Guys,

Not sure if thats the right heading or not but what im looking to do is add a list of A to Z at the top of my page so when people press on B all the courses we have played beginning with the letter B will show up etc etc. Is this possible in Yola and how is this achieved?

Any help is of great assistance!


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Hello Craig

There is no automatic feature that you can add, but you can do it manually by creating a page with anchor links. This means that you add such links to your page http://abbotsfordgolfsection.yolasite.... You will need to work with a little bit of HTML code for that, so I hope you're not afraid of coding! ;-)

So first you will need to add a Text Widget at the top of this page and add all the letters of the alphabet to it. Then you create anchor links by adding invisible marks to your picture gallery and link each letter of the Text Widget to the respective mark in your gallery.

Here is a tutorial on how to create anchor links: Creating HTML anchor links.

Let me know if you need any assistance with this. It will take a little time and make you learn a lot about code in case you don't know much about it yet. Enjoy!
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right ok I have done anchor tags before so that shouldn't be a problem but is there no way to say, I click on A and it only shows me the courses beginning with A at all??
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Hi Craig,

I can't recall the member site where I saw this but I do believe someone has implemented something similar to what you are looking for. I think they put each "letter" in a separate page and used a submenu to call the page up. I feel like it was a music site that had hundreds of songs listed so they never needed to show the full collection of results as you might so I'm not sure that will suit your needs. Just an idea!

With any luck some of the other community members may have another idea.
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Hi Craig,

Here's a J Query approach that maybe helpful. It takes a previously ordered list and then displays only the records selected by a corresponding button . The purpose was to create a Glossary but could be easily substituted for courses.