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Links to anchors goes too far

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    David Humphreys

    Hi 🙂

    I have some in-page anchors that are linked to from elsewhere in the page.
    When you click on the link, it goes past the anchor point. As an example, please look at this link, I’ve linked the first word in the article to an anchor point in the paragraph that starts “Unlike fledglings, if a nestling is spotted outside their nest …” – As you will see, it is as if the menu bar at the top of the page is covering the start of the anchor point.

    Any suggestion on how to fix this?

    David Humphreys



    Hi David Humphreys,

    Yes the Linked section will goes at the top of the screen, like you said the linked section is override by the Navbar. For the solution. If you are familiar with HTML language then you can follow the below process.

    Step 1- For the Target Section add class="target-parent" and shift the linked id to inside target-parent element with <span id="(link)" class="linked-target"></span>.

    In your case the Code should look like this

    <p class="target-parent">
    	<span id="unlike" class="linked-target"></span>
    	Unlike fledglings, if a nestling ............

    Step-2. Go to ‘Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS’ then paste the below Custom CSS code.

    .target-parent {
    	position: relative;
    .linked-target {
    	position: absolute;
    	top: -150px;
    	left: 0;

    Here (top: -150px) property is determined for top spacing so you can update the top property to any according as you desired.

    Now you can follow only Step 1 process to apply on others pages links as well.


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