Is it possible for a menu item to scroll down front page?

On the SYDNEY Theme front page, as you all know there is different sections, e.g What Our Clients Say.

I want to create a menu item called “Reviews” and when someone clicks on the menu item “Reviews” that is scrolls down to the section on the front page “What Our Clients Say”.

Is that possible please?

Thank you :slight_smile: Love Sydney :slight_smile:

I just noticed this person has done what I want, click on Services in Menu for example and it scrolls down to Services section. How is this done?

Hello there,

Thank you for reaching out to us here. It can be achieved by adding a custom link to your menu. Go to Appearance > Menus > edit your menu which is assigned to primary menu > add a “Custom Links” type of menu item > in the URL input field, enter:


http://pcbeasy.com/#ID_element_target

Replace ID_element_target with the ID name of “What Our Clients Say” row. The easiest way to find it is by using the web browser’s inspector tool. On Firefox, it can be activated from right click > Inspect Element > move your pointer to “What Our Clients Say” row. In the inspector box, you will see the pointed element with ID name which looks like id=“pg-”. Please see this GIF https://cloudup.com/cFTDj1wGUvJ for more clearer understanding.

I hope this reply helps.

Regards,
Kharis

Thank you Kharis, works perfect :slight_smile:

Hi, I want to replace the ‘Blog’ link in my homepage menu with ‘My Work’ linking to the My Work section on my homepage. How do I do that??