Beaver Builder | Creating a link that scrolls to a page location

Beaver Builder | Creating a link that scrolls to a page location

A Simple Trick For Creating A Scroll Link

This shows you how to create a link that will scroll to a specific location on the web page. This is useful when you have a longer page and want to make it easier for users to jump to certain information.

There are times when it would be beneficial to a visitor to have clickable links (e.g. button, menu item, image) on a web page that, when clicked, would scroll the webpage directly to the target area on the page.  This example demonstrates how to create a link on an image that scrolls the web page to a specific area.

2 thoughts on “Beaver Builder | Creating a link that scrolls to a page location”

  1. Hi there,

    Thanks for the vid.

    Is it possible to link to a specific location on another page using Beaver Builder?

    Cheers,
    Adam

    1. Hi Adam, yes you can (if I’m understanding your question correctly.) To link to a specific location on another page you would follow the same instructions as shown in the video. But, when you are putting in the target url you would specify a full url.

      So, in my video I talk about putting in #membership for the target url location. Instead, you would put in a full url (or relative url) similar to this: https://entreTools.com/targetpage/#membership.

      Hope that helps. Feel free to jump over to my Facebook group and ask some questions: https://www.facebook.com/groups/entreTools/

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