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Feature request: all the section headings (h2, h3, h4) would come with a trailing ¶ as a visual indicator for "Click here to get the direct URL to this section". Optionally, the ¶ char only shows up when the mouse approaches the heading. (All of this is the existing behaviour in all package pages at pkg.go.dev)
What did you see instead?
Section headings are not hyperlinks
The h2 and h3 have links in the Table of Contents, which makes link creation easier. But not the h4.
Almost all of the h2, h3, h4 already have an id attribute. This is great, let's make good use of it! I could create my link to the section "String concatenation", but I had to inspect the page HTML for this.
A few id attributes are missing: Simple slice expressions, Full slice expressions, etc.
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I had the same issue the other day. I think the old specification page on golang.org had visible anchors, because I remember using them in the past; so this is a recent regression due to the website migration.
Coming from #56009 (a duplicate now closed), I'd like to see the same improvement to all structured documentation pages with headings under go.dev as well. For example, https://go.dev/ref/mod is a regular pain point for me, as I want to point other Go users to specific parts of the large page. cc @bcmills