If you click on Kitchen 1 at RealDealKitchens.Com you will be presented with 20+ pictures in a scrollable format.
These pictures live inside a SITE IMAGE by YourHead Software that lives inside a CONTAINER by Foundry. All of the containers live inside a LINKBOX by Stacks 4 Stacks.
The LinkBox is pretty cool. You can click anywhere you want on the page and this will take you to an Annotated Version of Kitchen 1.
This is the page where you get some training germane to the images you saw on Kitchen 1.
I have set it up this way because wading through all this text is tedious on a smart phone if you are just trying to find Picture 5.
I think what I would like to see is something similar to this LinkBox albeit with an anchor point built in that could take you a specific spot on the second page.
QUESTION 1: Does using a two page format like this create duplicative resources that would engender SEO penalties? My understanding from a Yourhead video is that SITE IMAGES minimize occurrences of resources within the software we use to build the site. Does this also extend to resources served on a browser?
QUESTION 2: Does anybody know of any image stacks that also constitute clickable links to specific parts of a web page ( I think this is called an anchor)?
QUESTION 3: If you were buying a kitchen from me how would you like to have the information served to you? Would you want to have an abbreviated page that just shows you pictures or would you want the images organized like an information kiosk at the zoo?