Please consider e.g.,
Please view it with w3m or lynx, (or Firefox without the stylesheets.)
You see this line: "Jump to: navigation, search".
Please make sure you see that line before you proceed reading this
bug. If not you are not using the right (text) browsing environment,
or are logged in without this preference.
OK. Now the problem is: "Jump to: navigation, search" is not enough.
For instance, the TOC is also a "hot" destination, hard to get to
through all the verbiage. Therefore, the line should read
"Jump to: TOC, navigation, search".
But wait, for such articles with lots up front template-wise,
"section 0" would also be a good destination for a short cut. So
"Jump to: Sec 0, TOC, navigation, search".
Should all four items always be present, or be present depending on
distance needed to reach them on a particular page?
Probably they should always be present, so they don't slip around from
page to page, making the user have to look closely before clicking.
(Perhaps now section 0 is called Lead section... or maybe call the link "content".)