What does derivative mean

what does derivative mean

I felt like replying as well, explaining the same thing as the others a bit differently. I am sure you know most of this, but it might help someone else.

The

part is a commonly used way to make sure the link doesn't lead anywhere on it's own. the #-attribute is used to create a link to some other section in the same document. For example clicking a link of this kind:

will take you to wherever you have the

code. So if you specify # without any name like in your case, the link leads nowhere.

The

part gives it an identifier that CSS or javascript can use. Inside the CSS-files (if you have any) you will find specific styling procedures on all the elements tagged with the "view"-class.

To find out where the URL is specified I would look

in the javascript code. It is either written directly in the same document or included from another file.

Search your source code for something like:

and then search for any reference to your "view"-class. An included javascript file can look something like this:

In that case, open javascript.js under the "include" folder and search in that file. Most commonly the includes are placed between <head> and </head> or close to the </body> -tag.

A faster way to find the link is to search for the actual link it goes to. For example, if you are directed to http://www.google.com/search?q=html when you click it, search for "google.com" or something in all the files you have in your web project, just remember the included files.

In many text editors you can open all the files at once, and then search in them all for something.

Source: stackoverflow.com

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