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No it's not a problem. But you don't need the js for this, you could setup the local anchors with the name property so users can navigate into the different page sections. The reason the <a href="#more_details"> doesn't work as you expect is likely because you set the base tag in the document. So the href="#more_details" will point to index.html#more_details and not to the page you're at. seoskunk
The reason the <a href="#more_details"> doesn't work as you expect is likely because you set the base tag in the document. Yes, you are correct. Unfortunately, since this is an ecommerce platform, I can't change the base href tag without causing a lot of collateral damage.
I don't see how it would cause any crawling problems. "Self referencing" links are still pretty common on the web (mostly because of clumsy CMSs I think), and I haven't seen evidence of any issues. Planet13
Thank you, tedster! Having the anchor text links will DEFINITELY help visitors to the page.