You've been designing your site and have figured out that a page can be as long as necessary. This is great, but it can be a pain when you're dealing with longer pages. Help out your visitors by providing links that quickly take them to specific locations on the page. To do this, you're going to create a target and a link.
The first step is to set a target. The target is the place on the page where you want the user to jump to. Position your cursor on the page where you want the target to go, and then go to Insert > Target. In the window that appears, type the name of your target. For the sake of clarity, you should name it something intuitive. For instance, if your page contains a list of employee profiles, and you want the anchor to jump to John Smith's profile, you should name the anchor something like jsmith.
You can also manually enter the code for a target in the Code Editor:
Targetname is the name of your target.
The next step is to create a link to the target you just set. To do this, position your cursor on the page where you would like the link to appear, and then go to Insert > Link. In the window that appears, enter the text you would like to appear as a link, and in the URL Field, enter #targetname, where targetname is the name of your target. In our example, we would enter #jsmith.
You can also opt to type this code into the Code Editor:
<a href="#targetname">Your Link Text</a>
Targetname should match the name you gave the target, and you should replace Your Link Text with whatever text you want your visitors to click. To continue the example we gave above, our code would look something like this:
<a href="#jsmith">Click here to learn about John Smith.</a>