Location: guide/css/guide.css

In-page anchor links vs. bootstrap's fixed navbar @keynote2k was the first to point out that the in-page anchor links in the Guide failed to function properly, due to Bootstrap's fixed navbar. This mixed solution of CSS and Javascript is the best solution I've been able to come up with for the problem. The CSS solution is obviously preferable, and is used herein for those anchor id attributes in the Guide that have no href of their own. Due to problems with using a pure CSS solution where the anchor includes both an href and a id attribute. The Javascript solution is specific for those cases. I took care not to have them both happen at once, as they would undoubtedly conflict. I did a inordinate amount of research about this issue. Bootstrap's own page about the fixed navbar: http://getbootstrap.com/examples/navbar-fixed-top/ doesn't discuss this issue at all, but there is a bug in Booststrap's bugtracker: https://github.com/twitter/bootstrap/issues/1768 which discusses the issue. (However, I don't understand why that bug is closed, since none of the solutions I implement herein truly solve it). The most useful page I found regarding this issue is this one: http://nicolasgallagher.com/jump-links-and-viewport-positioning/demo which offers several pure CCS solutions (each with drawbacks and advantages). Unfortunately, none of those solutions consider the question of anchor links that have both href and id attributes, and none of them work properly in that situation.
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/* The below was adapted from Bootstrap 3.0.0,
** which is:
* Copyright 2013 Twitter, Inc
* Licensed under the Apache License v2.0
* http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
* Modifications made in this project are:
* Copyright 2014 Bradley M. Kuhn
* Also licensed Apache-2.0
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/* Handle issues with anchor in-page links offsets due to bootstrap's */
/* fixed top navbar. For in-page anchor links, the fixed navbar at */
/* the top obscures the text of the link that's jumped to. */
/* Most of the pure CSS solutions found online cannot handle the */
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/* handled this way. It casuses strange problems with the href links. */
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/* mousepointer activates the link, and the tooltip on the footnotes */
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