Anchor links enable you to link directly from one part of a page to another. All it takes to pull this off is a little basic HTML.
The first step to creating anchor links is to create anchors on different parts of the page. These anchor names are used when creating your links.
The HTML of an Anchor Name Looks like this:
<a name="background"> </a>
The " " gobbledygook is necessary or else the Anchor may not work in Internet Explorer.
To add these anchors to a page on your site, drag the Custom HTML element to just above the areas where you want to link. Then enter HTML like what we see above, using a simple name for the anchor so you can easily remember it later.
In this example, we’ve added anchor names just above the Change Background, Advanced Font Changes, Change Navigation Fonts and Create Anchor Links titles. Like in these two examples:
Again, it's necessary to write the above as <a name="whatevernameyouwant"> </a>. If the " " is not included then some versions of Internet Explorer may not like your anchors.
With the anchor names in place, we can add the links to these anchors. Unlike normal links, these links have to be added via the Custom HTML Element.
These example links have been placed in a basic list. I've set a font size because list fonts do not take on the font size of the rest of the content.
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