One Page Text Link Element

Add Anchor Links Anywhere On Your Page

Scroll To Anywhere On The Page
With Text Or An Image

This simple Element allows you to to a predefined Anchor on the page with text, or an image, by using HTML. In this way, you can have any image you like, or text placed anywhere in the page, to be used to scroll to a pre-existing anchor on the page (made with the Menu Anchor Element) as an interesting addition to having them open from a button or a menu link.

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Customize Elements Globally Or Individually

Elements can be controlled globally inside of the Fusion Theme Options, or individually per Element by changing the options for each once added to a page or post. Individual Element options will always override the global theme options. This flexibility gives you the ultimate freedom to style Elements and content that is unique and will stand out from the rest of the site.

Element Options

  • Name of Anchor – Unique identifier of the anchor to scroll to on click. Anchor names need to be prefixed with a hastag, ex: #anchorname.
  • Text or HTML code – Insert text or HTML code here (e.g: HTML for image). This content will be used to trigger the scrolling to the anchor.
  • CSS Class – Add a class to the wrapping HTML element.

  • CSS ID – Add an ID to the wrapping HTML element.