Allow users to quickly navigate between anchor points on a single page.
The Jump Nav works differently than other blocks. While you can still choose appearance options like Sticky and Color, the menu items are automatically generated from Jump Link blocks placed on your page.
The Jump Nav block will appear blank when inserted on a page that doesn’t have any Jump Links. In order to populate this navigation menu, you’ll have to insert a Jump Link at every point in the page you’d like your users to be able to navigate to. The text entered into each Jump Link will be inserted into the Jump Nav. The order of links in the Jump Nav is determined by the order it appears on the page.
These page navigation systems are really useful in a lot of situations, including:
- Pages that are very long with lots of content.
- Pages that you suspect your users might be looking for a specific, relevant section.
- Pages that you suspect users might want to quickly navigate between two sections, maybe for comparison or reference.
Of course, your use case may be any combination of these or a unique situation altogether.
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