In FrontPage, if you have a long page of text, you highlight a bit of text you want to jump to, click on Insert, then click on Bookmark. Either accept the default text that is in the pop-up box [this will be the text you highlighted to begin with] or type in a relevant name. Click OK.
Now set a hyperlink onto an image or text of your choice. Near the top of the page. When you click the hyperlink button on the FrontPage toolbar, near the bottom left corner of the pop-up window is a drop down called Bookmark:
Select the bookmark you insterted previously as you target for the hyperlink.
Job done. If someone at the top of the page wants to jump to a section near the bottom, you can use bookmarked links to take them there in the blink of an eye. You can also assign a bookmark to the link at the top, with a link called something along the lines of
^^Back to top^^ stationed at the section of the page your visitor jumped to.
1. Bookmark a target to jump to
2. Hyperlink to it
3. Bookmark the link you made in step 2 or a word/image next to it on the page
4. Hyperlink to it to return to the top or that section of the page.
If you want to run a dedicated search script post to that effect, but bookmarks are an easy way to manage jumps to a section of a long page and back again.