Linking Within a Page
Sometimes it's convenient to enable users to jump from the top of a long page to a specific point lower in the page, without scrolling down to find it. Anchors often appear in bulleted lists or an alphabetical "A to Z" listing across the top of a page.
Creating anchors is a two-step process.
Define the Anchor (destination)
- Click Pages from the Content Types Menu in the left sidebar.
- Edit the page you'd like to add an image to.
- Select the destination for the jump by placing your cursor to the left of the text you want to jump to.
- With your cursor in place, define the bookmark by clicking the Anchor button in the toolbar. A window will open asking you to name the anchor.
- Enter a descriptive name for the anchor. The name should begin with a letter (a-z).
- Click OK.
Create the Link
- Select (highlight) the text that you would like to appear as the link.
- Click the Link button in the toolbar (icon looks like a little chain link). The Create a Link window will open.
- From the "existing item" tab, click the drop down under "Anchor" and select the anchor you want to link to. (See image.)
- Click OK. The link window will close, and the text you highlighted earlier will be a link
- Repeat this process for any other anchors, then Save and Finish editing.