You can add an
ID to a target row, column, or module so that links from other locations will go directly to that spot on a page. When target is on the same page, or on another page with a Beaver Builder layout, the page scrolls smoothly up or down to the target when the link is clicked. This helps users get a sense of where they are gooing to view the linked content.
In these instructions, we'll use the term element to refer to a row, column or module, and we'll call the destination that you want to link to the target element.
Add a unique
ID to the target element#
- Open the target element's settings in Beaver Builder.
- Click the Advanced tab and scroll down to the CSS Selectors section.
- For the
IDsetting, add a unique value such as
IDvalues must only contain alphanumeric characters, hyphens, or underscores.
Add the unique
ID to the link element#
- Open the element where you will create the link.
- If the link and target are on the same page, enter your unique
IDwith a pound sign (#) as the prefix. Following our example, your link will be
#my-unique-id, as shown in the screenshot below.
If the link is created within the Text Editor or HTML module rather than an
element with a Link field, set up the link the same way, with
#my-unique-id, as shown in this screenshot.
If the link is to a target on another page, the link should be the full URL, followed by the unique ID with a pound sign, for example:
That’s it! When your link is clicked, it will go to directly to the target element, with a smooth scrolling effect if both are on the same page.
<div> element, the link will jump up or down the page rather than smooth scroll. If you are also linking from a Text Editor or HTML link where you can modify the
<a href> link, you can set up smooth scrolling.
<a>anchor for the target HTML element. For example, you could create a target anchor called
<div>element in an HTML module, as follows:<a id="my-div"></a><div><p>I want to link to this spot.</p></div>
Open the element where the link will be and add the class
<a href>link. For example:<a href="#my-div" class="fl-scroll-link">Click Here</a>
You can disable smooth scrolling for a specific target from any link that occurs on the same page.
- When you add a unique ID to the target element's ID field on the Advanced tab in the previous procedure, add
fl-no-scrollto the Class field below it.
- Create the link to the ID using the instructions above.