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>Like a pop-up link in Winhelp, the expansion link doesn't take you to
>another section of the document, it just reveals further detail on the
>same "page". I find the links useful because they allow the reader to
>see all the third-level heading, for instance, under a particular
>second-level heading. It's a nice way to layer the information.
This is my personal opinion only, but to be quite honest with you, I HATE
pseudo links on web pages. If something is supposed to be a link to
another page, I want to see another page. The excessive page flapping that
occurs with these things is hard on the eyes.
These kinds of pages are useful -- but for gosh sakes, just tell me to
scroll down the page.