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Missing #anchor on website links

From: Alexander Kobel
Subject: Missing #anchor on website links
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2016 15:59:07 +0100
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On 2016-11-29 15:29, Erik Ronström wrote:
[...] While the old site may not be the most beautiful (although I
have seen worse!), it is very functional, with good overview and
almost all resources available with a single click from the first
screen, without any scrolling. [...]

I agree that the current one is very functional for me with one exception: the links to the manual of the developer version. And I just realized why.

Could someone who knows how to do it adjust the links to the unstable manual on
(navigation side bar, section "Unstable Release", link "Manuals 2.19.x")
(box "Other material", entry "Development: manuals for the unstable version")
to point to
instead of just

As it is now, I constantly click those links and go back and forth again, because the Manuals box is on the bottom of the dev version page and not visible on my screen without scrolling. First reaction: "I must have missed the 'Manuals' link and clicked on 'Download 2.19.x' instead..."

In fact, I tend to be confused about the different layout and sectioning of the manual pages for stable and unstable. Now suddenly I wonder whether in the long run it would be a good idea to have an identical structure for downloads, manuals, regtests etc. for stable and unstable, but use a different (background) color (scheme) for the two?

Thanks in advance,

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