I have tried anchors the way defined in your help guide but they are not working.
I need the ability to provide a hyperlink to a specific FAQ #
I built an FAQ page and I can successfully link to tab pages - but when I use anchors to link to questions on those tabbed pages or to children pages linked to the parent page I cannot. I am using include page links for question categories which go to child pages, and I have also tried using expand variables on the parent page.
I have tried these syntaxes with no luck:
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Linking to a tab can be tricky (have look on this useful article here) I made similar experiences. What is important is to get a unique “Link ID” for the tab
From what you've written:
Mentioned alternative as it may not work out in article is using tab-id - in your case as I see it is:
in html macro => please see article as mentioned! Worked for me.
Feel free to ask for more help!
Hi. Thanks for the reply. The issue is I cannot get to the location on the page I need. I can get to the tab/child page - but it only goes to the top rather than to the location on the page
This instruction: [space-key]:[page-name]#[tab-link-ID]
Is this : GTIDBUS:Alert#grafana
#grafana is the link ID which is 2/3 of the way down on the page - it only returns to the top of the page having the anchor
I have exactly the same issue:
I am sorry, but it is a really basic and extremely necessary feature. Such cross links feature works in any editor even in most simple markdown editors and it should work!
Please explain me how to work around that.
Thank you in advance!
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