If you are looking for how to create a link to jump to a specific part of a page, then this is the post for you. Depending on what tools you use on your website, there are several ways you can do this.
My prefered way is to create them in my page builder, Elementor. But here is a manual way to create them.
1. Name the Target Area
Choose the exact spot you want to send your link to, choose and element near it (a div, header tag, paragraph.. whatever as long as it's in the right spot), add id=”something”, you can call them anything you like as long as the names are the same in the link and the target ID and preferably no spaces (spaces change to %20 in the address bar and look a tad messy).
An example would look like this: <div id=”pricing-table”>The content of your div here.</div>
2. Link To Your Anchor Target Area
To link to your anchor simply use:
<a href="#pricing-table">Link Text Here</a>
If you want to take your visitor to a specific part on a different page then where the visitor currently is:
<a href="pagename#pricing-table">Link Text Here</a>
For my website, if I wanted to take someone to a map on my contact page, it would look like this:
<a href="contact#map">Visit Us</a>