Go to the Appearance » Menus page. If you don’t already have a menu set up, then you can create one by entering a menu name. Next, select the pages you want to add to your menu on the left-hand side, then click the ‘Add to Menu’ button. WordPress will automatically link to your selected posts and pages.
Linking in HTML code is done with the anchor tag, the tag. The letter “A” in the tag is then followed by an attribute. For a link to another web page, the “A” is followed by “HREF”.
Creating an anchor link
First you need to select the text that you want to link and then click on the insert link button in the WordPress Gutenberg editor. This will bring up the insert link popup where you usually add the URL or look for a post or page to link.
- Use the element to define a link.
- Use the href attribute to define the link address.
- Use the target attribute to define where to open the linked document.
- Use the element (inside ) to use an image as a link.
Go to the WordPress Dashboard. From the ‘Appearance’ menu on the left-hand side of the Dashboard, select the ‘Menus’ option to bring up the Menu Editor.
Link to your Page Jump
- Type some text, or add an image or button that will become what you want your visitors to click on to go to another section.
- Highlight the text or image/button, and select the link option from the block’s toolbar.
- Type in the HTML Anchor you created, starting with the pound (#) symbol.
The HTML element (or anchor element), with its href attribute, creates a hyperlink to web pages, files, email addresses, locations in the same page, or anything else a URL can address. Content within each should indicate the link’s destination.
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