Hello, I have an old URL I would really appreciate if you can tell me what they mean: 1) http://health.yahoo.com/ency/healthwise/hw214416;_ylt=AlbEsFLLLdvpqFLcCWvmwvMVzLQF#hw214416-sec I am guessing that "hw214416" is the webpage (but there is no .html ?) but what I want to know is what is it that goes after "ylt=" . I tried the wayback machine with the string "http://health.yahoo.com/ency/healthwise/hw214416" without the ";_ylt=" and it worked. Can you help? 2) I believe that this has been canceled in HTML5 and replaced by "id=" but I really appreciate it if you told me, to create an anchor you create the tag : Code: <a name="xxx"> </a> , but how do you link to it? Supposedly I have a website called 123.com , do you write : "www.123.com/xxx " ? If you are curious why I am doing this, I am trying to retrieve archived information reconstructing URLs.