Anchor Points allow to you create a clickable link to a specific point on a page. 

To get started, we need to create the anchor or landing point within the text. Go into Edit Mode and click on the content area where you'd like to insert your anchor. Place your cursor where you'd like your anchor to reside, then select the Anchor from the Insert Menu.

A pop-up window will open up and you will be prompted to name your anchor. It's recommended that you keep your name simple if possible, and separate multiple words with hyphens (e.g. anchor-point-test).

When finished, click OK and you see the anchor symbol placed within the text.


Now that you've set your anchor, the final step is to link to it.  The process is the same as outlined above, with a few slight differences.

If your anchor and link are in the same content area, when the link pop-up window appears, you will see an 'Anchor' dropdown menu. There you will see the anchor you just created. Select your anchor and click OK, select 'Save Changes' and the link will be created.

If your anchor and link are located in different content areas, or on different pages, when the link pop-up window appears, there will be no 'Anchor' dropdown. Instead, you will need to enter your anchor in the URL box.

For anchor and links on the same page, the URL for the anchor will be the hashtag symbol (#) and the exact name of your anchor (the example anchor is title 'test').

Example: #test

For anchors and links on different pages, the URL will be the page URL the anchor is located on (/pages/content-element-text) followed by the hashtag symbol (#) and the exact name of your anchor.

Example: /pages/content-element-text#test

When finished, click OK, then Save changes to create your anchor link.

Example of a menu tab link going to an anchor point