Create anchor points on a page for users to navigate between.
Jump Link blocks work in conjunction with the Jump Nav block to create a intra-page navigation system for your users. You should use a Jump Link for each section you want your user to able to quickly navigate to, and you want to place it at the top of that section. The location of the Jump Link determines where the Jump Nav will stop when it scrolls to the section.
The text you type into the Jump Link block determines the text that appears in the corresponding navigation element in the Jump Nav block. The order it appears on the page determines the order it appears in the navigation.
The Jump Link block will only appear in your editor and will be invisible on the front-end of your website. Because of this, there are no style options.
Your Jump Links are useless without a Jump Nav block.
When you are finished editing Jump Links on your page, be sure to click on the Jump Nav block to update the corresponding navigation items! More information can be found in the Jump Nav documentation.
Because Jump Links are invisible on the front-end of your site, there are no style options available.
Jump Link text must be unique! The Jump Nav works by creating and linking to anchor tags tags on your site. Anchor tags on a website must be unique from one another, otherwise your browser doesn’t know which one it’s supposed to scroll to.