PermaLinking is not implemented yet, it's impossible. But it's planned for a future release.
However you can manually add an anchor parameter to your URL, in the format #josc90 to jump to Comment ID 90 for example.
...just search for 'posttitle' in the index.html file and make the adjustments there
EDIT2: The reason why we havn't added the ID to every comment yet is because they don't make sense, relative to time, and should only be viewed internally and not by the public. A future version will have real numbering on the comments, that is - the first comment will have #1, the second will have #2, and so on. Those will be linkable, and the backend will have an option to make these links a stand-alone "Single Post" view. I.e. a popup or a link for embedding/quoting on another site.
No, JoomlaComment has no cache. But i promise, it does work for me There must be something else. Clear the Joomla system cache, the sh404SEF cache (if you use sh404SEF) AND your browser cache. And make sure you actually have the modern template selected, and not a customized one! Otherwise you need to browse through the media folder to edit the custom template.
Make sure you have no errors in the HTML either! Install WebDeveloper Toolbar for Firefox to check that
There was something weird!
I renamed all the folders templates but my site continue to run!
Are you sure you are on the right folder or FTP server? I've made that mistake myself before.
I thought that's what you wanted. To put a number infront of each Comment Post on the Content Item and make it hyperlinked to it's anchor position, so a user can right-click > Copy Address for that comment? Take a look on the right of my post, above my Display Picture and Name - see the #7183? That's what I thought you wanted - permalinking. But I guess not...
So now i'm lost can you explain what exactly you are trying to do?
Yes! That's why I want to do! but he generates the anchor relative to site root and not relative to the article!
I don't know what to say. No, it doesn't, you are not doing it right. Many times I've created an < a href="#anchor" > Go To Anchor < /a > similar code, and in every browser it will jump to the specified #anchor on the current page, not the site root. You'd need to put a forwardslash / in there to make it chance the HTML page location to load.
This is very basic HTML stuff, the sort of thing you learn on second day of high school web design. It's all on the
HTML Links Tutorial