4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 18, 2019 2:39 PM by Dave Roberts

    Use a CTA to jump into a different landing page section

    Veronica Flores



      I'm curious if this is possible using a Marketo guided landing page. I have this page: Buyers Edge Tribal Value, and we want the first CTA button to go into the form section (section4). I have tried a few options in the variables sections, but nothing has worked. I haven't touched the actual HTML thinking I was going to start using a wordcode but that was also unsuccessful.


      Is there anyone who could provide a solution for this? I would greatly appreciate this.





        • Re: Use a CTA to jump into a different landing page section
          Sanford Whiteman

          Of course, this is possible on any webpage. It's nothing specific to Marketo so you wouldn't see anything in the Variables section.


          In general it's called an "anchor link" or "page jump". There are hundreds of thousands of examples out there on the web so it's best to open your favorite search engine and work from there.

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          • Re: Use a CTA to jump into a different landing page section
            Dave Roberts

            If you are just looking for a URL to paste into the link, following this link will jump me to that section: Buyers Edge Tribal Value

            http: //pages.diningalliance.com/tribal-value.html#section5Form
                ^^ note: the link above is broken b/c it's getting changed to the "Buyers Edge Tribal Value" link shown above -- remove the space before the // if you copy/paste this link

            The address above is a combination of the webpage URL [http://___.html] and #section5Form which is the ID value of the form element. You can use any id on the page this way.


                 caption: To pull up this window (Dev Tools) to find the id value in Chrome, right click on an element on the page and select "Inspect". Should work similar for other browser, just looks a little different.

            You'll kind of notice in this screenshot that the form element isn't at the top of the screen. If there were more content below the form, it'd jump to place the form right up against the top edge of the page. In this case, since the area below this element isn't "a full screen's worth", it basically just jumps to the bottom of the page.