When using the basic anchor link feature, anchor names in the code are based off the DIV ID - which is default and automatically generated.
When linking to an anchor on another page in your website, you must use the URL version of the anchor link - which can look ugly.
Here is how to create your own DIV and give your Anchor URL the name you want!
- Place an HTML element on your page
2. Paste in the following code - replacing the text between the quotes with your desired anchor link name - into the Properties panel in the top Insert Code section
<div id="whatever-you-want-to-call-it"> </div>
3. To link to this anchor add #whatever-you-want-to-call-it to the end of your page URL.
Be sure to update the text based on the text you pasted into the HTML box.
For example - if you paste in
<div id="about"> </div>
Your anchor link will be domain.com#about or domain.com/page.html#about