Page Anchor, Page Jump, HTML Anchor

Page Anchor, Page Jump and HTML Anchor are different names for hyperlink targets.
These targets can be set in many types of Blocks in your documents using visual tools.

After setting targets, they can be used with hyperlinks in the same document or from other documents inside and outside our domain.
Page Jumps in WordPress Support
Note: Page Jumps will not work in Preview, only after publication.

OlyClimate uses Page Anchors on the Resources Page for the top menu, and Top of the Page links throughout. Look for the Page Anchors in the Top of the Page Paragraph blocks in the Settings Column under Advanced. The Top of the Page Block above a section heading will be the anchor block for the heading below it. This is for spacing when following a link from the menu, so that the screen shows the heading at the top of the window.
The Top of the Page block is also linked to the Page Anchor ‘top’. This means that Top of the Page is both linked text, and the anchor for menu items.

Setting the Anchor

  • Click in a Block,
  • Click “Advanced” on the Document Menu,
  • Type a name_with_no_spaces for your Anchor
  • Example: Appendix_A

Link to your Page Jump from elsewhere in the Post

  • Select link text,
  • Select Link or (Ctrl+K),
  • Type/Paste #link_name
  • Example: #Appendix_A

Link from another page in our domain (

  • Select link text,
  • Select Link-(ctrl-K),
  • Type/Paste /slug_of_page/#link_name (the slug is the Internal Link to the Post)
  • NOTE: Not using the Domain Name will prevent a Ping-Back
  • Example: /2019/11/25/Report/#Appendix_A

Link from another page Outside our domain

  • Select link text,
  • Select Link-(ctrl-K),
  • Type/Paste http://full_name_of_page/#link_name
  • Example: /2019/11/25/Report/#Appendix_A

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