Inserting Anchor Links

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An anchor link looks like a hyperlink, but, when clicked, jumps you to another section within the same page. Ideal for lengthy webpages, these links save visitors from endless scrolling. To see how it works, click this anchor link to learn how to add anchor links within the same section of a webpage, this anchor link to add anchor links to different sections of a webpage, or this anchor link to learn how to add anchors to different webpages entirely.
 
NOTE: This feature is only available in Classic events. 

Adding an Anchor Link to the Same Section

1 Access the HTML Editor. The HTML Editor can be accessed throughout the application by clicking Edit Section or the HTML button. It's also built into various pages related to editing emails.

2 Designate your anchors. Before you can add anchor links, you'll need to drop an anchor. This means tagging the place visitors jump to. Place your cursor where you want an anchor, then select the Insert tab. Click Hyperlink Manager. When the pop-up appears, the Hyperlink tab will open be default. Click the neighboring tab, Anchor, then name your anchor.

 
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NOTE: Anchor names cannot contain spaces or special characters.
Click OK.

3 Add your anchor links. Highlight the text that will jump visitors to the anchor. Select the Insert tab, then click Hyperlink Manager.

Use the Existing Anchor dropdown to select the anchor name.

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Click OK.

When you're done, click OK or Save. If the HTML Editor appeared in a separate window, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

Adding an Anchor Link to Another Section
 
1 Access the HTML Editor. The HTML Editor can be accessed throughout the application by clicking Edit Section or the HTML button. It's also built into various pages related to editing emails.

2 Designate your anchor. Create an anchor in the section you want your visitors to jump to. Highlight the text you entered in the Name field of the anchor, then use CTRL+C on your keyboard to copy it. Click OK, click OK again, then click Save.

3 Add your anchor link to another section. Click Edit, then navigate to the section of the page where the text is that will jump your visitors. Click Edit Section to open the HTML editor. Highlight the text you want to hyperlink to the anchor. This will be your Link Text.

Select the Insert tab, then Hyperlink Manager.

Delete any existing text in the URL field, then add # and paste the anchor name you copied.

 
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Click OK. When you're done, click OK or Save. If the HTML Editor appeared in a separate window, be sure to save on the original page as well.
 

Adding an Anchor Link to a Different Page of Your Website
 
1 Access the HTML Editor. The HTML Editor can be accessed throughout the application by clicking Edit Section or the HTML button. It's also built into various pages related to editing emails.

2 Designate your anchor. Create an anchor in the website page you want your visitors to jump to. Highlight the text you entered in the Name field of the anchor, then use CTRL+C on your keyboard to copy it. Save the anchor somewhere easy to get to. You'll need it later. Click OK, click OK again, then click Save.

3 Copy your weblink. Open your event weblinks by going to Promotion & Communication > Web > Weblinks. Create a link for the webpage you're directing invitees to. Copy the URL that is created.

Hover over Website & Registration and, under Web, click Event Website. Open the website page where the text is that will jump your visitors from, then click Edit Section to open the HTML editor. Highlight the text you want to hyperlink to the anchor. This will be your Link Text.

Select the Insert tab, then Hyperlink Manager. Delete any existing text in the URL field. Paste the weblink you just copied, then, add #. Find the anchor you previously saved and then add that.

 
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Click OK. When you're done, click OK or Save. If the HTML Editor appeared in a separate window, be sure to save on the original page as well.

 

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