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Wix Editor: Creating a Site Menu with Anchors and Sections for One-Page Sites


Wix creating a Site Menu with Anchors

Even though one-page sites cannot have a regular site menu (with tabs that link to different pages), you can create a site menu with anchor and section links instead.


You can place anchors and sections wherever you like on your one-page site, and when your visitors click the links on your menu, they are directed to the relevant part of the page.


Adding an anchor to your site menu

  1. Add an anchor to your site.

  2. Drag the anchor to the top of a page section.

  3. Change the name of the anchor to something that describes the content (e.g. "About" or "Services").

  4. Repeat steps 1-3 for each anchor on your site.

  5. Click Menus & Pages on the left side of the Editor.

  6. Click the Add a Link icon.

  7. Select Anchor, and on the right side, select the relevant anchor under Where on the page?.

  8. Click Done

  9. Rename the menu link to something that describes that page content (e.g. "About" or "Services"). It can be the same as the anchor name (step 3).

  10. Repeat steps 5-9 for each anchor.

 

Adding a section to your site menu

  1. Add a section to your site.

  2. Rename the section to something that describes its content (e.g. "Contact Us", or "Our Story").

  3. Repeat steps 1-2 for each section on your site.

  4. Click Menus & Pages on the left side of the Editor.

  5. Click the Add a Link icon .

  6. Select Anchor / Section, and on the right side, select the relevant section under Where on the page?.

  7. Click Done.

  8. Rename the menu link to something that describes that page section (e.g. "Contact Us", or "Our Story"). It can be the same as the section name (step 2).

  9. Repeat steps 5-8 for each section.

 

Identifying the anchor link in your pages panel


Once you have added a an anchor link, you can easily spot it in the pages panel as the icon changes next to the name.

 

Viewing your anchor or section link on your menu


Your anchor or section link looks like a regular tab on your site menu. When your visitors click it, they are directed to the anchor / section.


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