6 Replies Latest reply on Jun 11, 2018 2:36 PM by Pam Lynn

    Anchor in the Newsletter

    Vipula Dhamija

      Hi

      I want to add the anchor in the newsletter section which leads to the different topics in the newsletter. For example, if I click Expanded Service Area, It will lead me directly to the particular section.

       

      I have no experience with working or setting up the anchors but I tried adding the anchor in rich text for each section but I have no idea how to lead it to the particular section.

       

      Please help

       

      Thanks,

      Vipula

        • Re: Anchor in the Newsletter
          Josh Hill

          You can do a google search for that topic.

          • Re: Anchor in the Newsletter
            Dave Roberts

            There are the two parts you'd need to set something like that up - a "trigger" and a "target". I'd recommend using the HTML editor to make this edit.

            You can click the HTML icon to open up the HTML view for your content and find the words you want to serve as the "trigger".

             

            TRIGGER: This will be what you click to "jump" to the section below.

            ...Expanded Service Area....

            you'll want to add in the link around it:

            <a href="#Section1"> ...Expanded Service Area ... </a>

             

            TARGET: For the second part, you'll want to add the "target" - this defines where you'd "jump" to. I will usually add this "target" at the top of my content, or on the bottom of the section above it because when you "jump" it'll push this section to the top of the page. If it's too far down, you might clip some of the content on top - if that's happening, just add it to the editable section above. That "target" would look something like this:

            <a name="Section1"></a>

            ... the rest of your content here ...

             

            The "important" pieces here are that the Trigger has a # in front of the "name", that it matches the "name" (with the exception of the #), and that it does not include spaces in the name.

             

            If you'd like to post a piece of your newsletter code, we could put this into play for the greater good - I'd be happy to help!