Elementor Menu Anchor
When editing the menu, which can be done in Dashboard->Appearance->Menus, you have to use a custom link. Copy the URL of the page where the section is, and add at the end of this URL #id, where id is the one set to the menu anchor. That’s it.
How to Link to a Specific Part of a Page
- Give the object or text you’d like to link to a name. …
- Take the name you’ve chosen and insert it into an opening HTML anchor link tag. …
- Place that complete opening tag from above before the text or object you want to link to, and add a closing tag after.
Select the text or picture that you want to display as a hyperlink. Press Ctrl+K. You can also right-click the text or picture and click Link on the shortcut menu. In the Insert Hyperlink box, type or paste your link in the Address box.
An tag can also be used to mark a section of a web page as a target for another link to jump to. For example, this link will jump to the bottom of this page. If the “name” and “id” attribute is used, the tag is an anchor, but if the “href” attribute is used then it is a link.
Linking in HTML code is done with the anchor tag, the tag. The letter “A” in the tag is then followed by an attribute. For a link to another web page, the “A” is followed by “HREF”.
Open a PDF file to a specific page
To target an HTML link to a specific page in a PDF file, add #page=[page number] to the end of the link’s URL.
How to Make a Free URL
- Create a free website on Webs.com. You will create a “site address” during registration that will become your free URL. …
- Use Google Sites to create your free URL. …
- Register for a free website with Bravenet.
You can create shortened URLs for free using Bitly, or subscribe to Bitly’s premium service starting at $29 per month.
Here’s how to shorten a URL.
- Copy the URL you want to shorten.
- Open Bitly in your web browser.
- Paste the URL into the “Shorten your link” field and click “Shorten.”
- Click “Copy” to grab the new URL.
How to Copy & Paste a Hyperlink
- Scroll over the hyperlink while holding down your left mouse button. …
- Hit “Ctrl” + “C” on your keyboard to copy the hyperlink.
- Open the document or location into which you want to paste the hyperlink.
- Select “Ctrl” + “V.” You have now pasted the hyperlink.