How to add navigation bar (option 3): 0:54
Testing the navigation bar page scroll: 4:02
How to add a navigation bar using navigation element.
In this video, I show you how you can add a navigation bar with page links using a third option available at your disposal – simply putting in text and adding hyperlinks to them. This actually allows you to customize your menu bars a bit more since you can separate your words by dashes, slashes, etc… and also have as many words in a line as you want that can fit in that particular line.
Just like in the previous videos, you can put these navigation menus anywhere on your page – they don’t have to only be at the top. You can basically write down any text you want using the headline or sub-headline element and then highlight that text and add the hyperlink to it.
If you want the text to SCROLL to a particular area on your page, you would first need to name the sections of your page that you want to scroll to. You have to name them exactly the way you will write them later on, meaning if you write the title in all capital letters, you should make your title in all caps.
After you name all your sections, you can write the words ‘#scroll-YOUR SECTION NAME HERE’ and by clicking on that word or words, people will be able to scroll to that particular section of your page. Spaces are allowed.
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