Go to a hyperlink or bookmark (HTML anchor)
When you want to view the web page, file, or bookmark (HTML anchor) that a hyperlink points to, you can do so from the web page that contains the hyperlink. You can also go to a bookmark from the web page that contains the bookmark, even if a hyperlink doesn't point to the bookmark.
In addition to regular hyperlinks, the Code view of a web page also displays code hyperlinks, which enable you to go to the code that contains a class-based style's rule set, a script function, or open an external cascading style sheet (CSS) that's attached to the page. The Code view displays both kinds of hyperlinks in blue (default) and with a straight underline (default) or according to the Code hyperlink settings in the Color Coding tab of the Page Editor Options dialog box.
In Code view, in your web page, put your cursor in the hyperlink.
To go to the destination of the hyperlink, do one of the following.
Press and hold CTRL and then click the hyperlink.
On the Edit menu, point to Code View, and click Follow Code Hyperlink.
On the Code View toolbar, click Follow Code Hyperlink .
To return to the source or destination of a hyperlink you've followed, do one of the following.
On the Edit menu, point to Code View, and click either Next Code Hyperlink or Previous Code Hyperlink.
On the Code View toolbar, click either Next Code Hyperlink or Previous Code Hyperlink .