Achernar - 5:40 pm on Apr 19, 2007 (gmt 0)
Yes, here's an example of a URL that gets created when I click on a link to be scrolled down the page:
It just means that the browser will request www.domain.com/articles/article-name/ from the server, and scroll the page to the anchor named "view", if it finds one.
The webserver never sees a request with '#'. And if it does by the fault of a bad request, it replies with a 404 (since it has no page named "#view").
Do you suggest I change # to something else? If so, what?
You don't have the choice. # is used to navitage to anchors.