You can create a link that directs users to a specific place (or anchor) on a page of your site. For example, if you are writing a blog post about Twitter feeds, you may want to link to your social media page; instead of having visitors scroll all the way down to the section in question, you can link to an "already scrolled" page!
Creating these special links is very easy. Open the editor and navigate to the page you want to link to. Then, just above the section you wish to link to, add the element called "Embed Code." In this element, type the following:
<div id="Twitter Feed"></div>
(You should replace the words Twitter Feed with a title appropriate to the section you're naming.)
Next, publish the site and navigate to the page you want to link to.
Copy the URL (such as http://kaburns1.people.ua.edu/social-media.html).
Then go back to the editor and highlight the text you want to use as your link.
Click the chain link in the toolbar, and choose the URL option.
Paste the URL that you just copied, and add the following to the end of it:
(Use the tag you created before in the Embed Code element. Spaces are okay!) The URL should now look something like this: http://kaburns1.people.ua.edu/social-media.html#Twitter Feed. Publish the changes, then visit your site to make sure everything works!
DivTag templates has a great video tutorial about these special links on their site. Good luck!
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