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The closest thing I can readily think of is how Wiki sites handle this. "Plain" text links are almost always going to take you to another page on that site; "contents" links in a table (?) are usually for jumping around the page you're on; and the sites with the external link icon at the end of the link... well, they are external links. Links for stuff on ...


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It hasn't as much got something to do with whether "people like it or not". It's not a "certain percentage that likes it" or doesn't. It's about location awareness. By jumping to the content instantly, it might as well be a really quickly loaded new page. The user wouldn't know the difference. By scrolling slowly to the bottom of the page you show that, ...


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Ideally the content would be rendered in the site via good ole' HTML/CSS to be SEO-friendly, though nowadays Google is already also indexing alternate file formats like PDF and Doc. In terms of whether it's a good idea or not: The greatest problem in distributing Word documents is that doing so assumes that all recipients have Microsoft Word. In cases ...



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