I want to hyperlink to a certain page of a pdf file created with LaTeX from an HTML context or just as a plain-text link outside the file, e.g. using
<a href="...">...</a>. Is it possible to specify the page at which the pdf is opened?
Knowing how different pdf viewers are, there might be a solution that only works with Adobe Reader, that'd be ok though.
Can you have hyperlinks to locations in different PDFs? is a similar question about internal (LaTeX) hyperlinks.
I know this question is just borderline on-topic, it can be considered as being about
- (La)TeX related software and tools like BibTeX, LyX, LaTeX editors, viewers, and converters
(from the FAQ). I posted it because I thought it could be valuable for answering questions here, e.g. if you want to link to a certain page of The Comprehensive LaTeX Symbol List or some other lengthy document. Likewise, people dealing with LaTeX often put their documents online and might want to provide detailed links.