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How to link a masthead button to a place in the same page?

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knasen81

Hi! I want to link a button in the musthead så that when clicked it send the visitor to a lower position/place in the same page. It is clear how you can type a link in a button så that the person sends to another page, but how do you send them to a lower place in the same page?

 

 

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Hi knasen81

 

Add something like #gohere in the link portion of the mastehead and uncheck open in another page

 

then add

 

<a id="gohere"></a>

 

to a text or mediabox and that should work


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knasen81

Thanks I will try it!

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