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move the anchors above the title

Andrew Lewman authored on 12/03/2012 01:35:30
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@@ -36,8 +36,8 @@ network becomes.</p>
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 <li><a href="#donate">Donate to others to run it for you.</a></li>
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-<h2>Run it yourself</h2>
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 <a name="diy"></a>
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+<h2>Run it yourself</h2>
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 <p>You can run Tor as either a bridge or a relay. A bridge will usually
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 see less traffic than a relay, and will only be the first hop in the
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 three hop circuit. </p>
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 <div class="nb">
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-<h2>Use the cloud</h2>
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 <a name="cloud"></a>
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+<h2>Use the cloud</h2>
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 <p><a href="https://cloud.torproject.org/">The Tor Cloud project</a>
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 runs on the Amazon EC2 cloud computing platform. This gives you a
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 user-friendly way of deploying bridges to help users access an uncensored
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 <div class="nb">
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-<h2>Donate to others to run for you</h2>
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 <a name="donate"></a>
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+<h2>Donate to others to run for you</h2>
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 <p>Both <a href="https://www.torservers.net/">torservers.net</a> and <a
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 href="http://noisetor.net/">Noisetor</a> will turn donations into Tor
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 exit relays.</p>
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