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Is there a way where I can have my sub menu to direct me to a specific area of the parent page? In other words If I have a about page as my parent page, and then 4 sub pages underneath that. Is there a way where If I select my sub pages it would take me to a certain area on my about page and not to a whole new page? See my site here for reference… chez-chicago.com/here
Thanks for getting back to me. Yes, I think I meant to say “anchor”. The link/example you gave me looks like the anchors are all on the same page.
Can you take a look at my site here?… chez-chicago.com/here
Is it possible to have the sub navigation buttons (FLOOR PLANS, PRICING, VENDORS, PRESS) be anchors that would take you to a specific area on the about page.
Yes of course. The example on the docs site does just that. By clicking it you are taken to the enfold demo and the #portfolio section. You just need to add that url in as a custom menu item from the WordPress menus manager.
It looks like I was able to download the Menu Manager plugin but It’s not letting me drag and drop under the Main Menu Structure. I’ve tried uninstalling and reinstalling in other browsers but no luck. Are there any alternatives?
You don’t need to use a plugin to insert an anchor navigation. Go to Appearance > Menus then create a custom link. Add the anchor link on the URL, example “http://chez-chicago.com/here/about#pricing” then add the label.
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