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  1. Jumping to next/prev page is commonplace. I didn't have much luck asking about jumping to next/prev id tags, but how about jumping to next/prev header? Currently, I write: <h3 id="13"> <a class="up" href="#TOP">∧ </a> <a class="up" href="#12">↑</a> <a class="up" href="#14">↓</a> Title of section</h3> where I have to specify the next and previous id numbers. For ease of maintenance, I'd like to be able to write something like <h3 id="13"> <a class="up" href="#TOP">∧ </a> <a class="up" href="#prev.hdr">↑</a> <a class="up" href="#next.hdr">↓</a> Title of section</h3> making global changes simpler. I don't see a way to do this, but surely I am not the first person who wanted a way to increment an id automatically? 'current id ± 1' is the desired arithmetic, or 'last header' and 'next header'.
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