January 9, 2016 at 8:53 am #562370January 9, 2016 at 10:24 pm #562524
So I went and got help from another WordPress support forum, no need to respond 2 days from now. Turns out I had figured on the correct file path for the links, but it didn’t work even when I pasted it into the address bar. This was because the ID fields marked for “developers” weren’t even connecting the Id’s that I was entering over and over because the only piece of info I found in the docs was a sentence there by the field mentioning you can connect anchors.
So If my job were dependent on my arriving somewhere and I were getting driving directions from this theme’s staff, I would search for days for a map that was missing half the roads, only to be told that you can get there by driving “that way” and being pointed in the wrong direction. Then I call the theme’s road side assistance and stay on hold for two days. (back from analogy) And end up finding help from a forum not even related to the theme, while still no response from this one. And then finding out that there’s a very specific way to connect your anchor links because its the only way to work around the Theme itself interfering.
So here’s what worked:
Layout a text box where you want to jump to in the Theme’s Advanced Layout Builder and then switch to visual mode, select a header <h1> etc – then switch over to Text mode and you’ll see your header tags, then write in the ID name <h1 id=”anchorName”>header or no header both work</h1> meaning – you don’t need any text between the tags for it to work.
Why didn’t I just guess that? Who needs instructions?January 10, 2016 at 6:55 am #562639
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