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Improve how 'href' attribute works for Wikipages

If a link in the main Wiki redirecting to a second Wiki is at the bottom of the page, user will be redirected to the bottom of the second Wiki too, not the top.

This is very confusing, since other hyperlinks do not work like that, and there's no useful reason to redirect to the bottom of a Wiki, specially if you're reading texts, for example. It'd be great to have a pattern of all href attributes redirecting to the WIki's top pages.

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  • Sep 21 2018
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    Guest commented
    October 29, 2018 20:39

    This is a Design Flaw that was reported several years ago.  It would be nice if the flaw was finally addressed as a flaw rather than treating it as an Enhancement request or new idea and counting on enough votes being received to get it addressed.  Please resolve to improve the user experience.

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    Guest commented
    October 29, 2018 20:43

    To whom it may belong, please do take care of enhancing this feature, it's pretty bad user experience for end users to retain an original position when trying to render the content of a whole different Wiki page.