The link button will allow you to create internal links to other posts on your blog, but not on the page itself. So, I contacted our trusted WordPress Happiness Engineers and was advised that it was indeed possible to insert internal links on a page or link. The trick is to use the heading styles, hyperlinks and ID tags to link up with text on your page. Subsequently, you are able to add a ‘scrollable’ navigational function to your post or page. – A useful function, when dealing with a long post. Please see my example here and the code below (fig. 1), if you wish to try it out yourself.
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Table Code with internal hyperlinks:
<br /><a href="#t1">Table 1</a> | <a href="#t2">Table 2</a> | <h2 id="t1">Table 1</h2> <table> <tr> <td>Column 1</td> <td>Column 2</td> </tr> <tr> </table> <h2 id="t2">Table 2</h2> <table> <tr> <td>Column 1</td> <td>Column 2</td> </tr> </table>