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We are interested in using anchors in Confluence with bookmark to link to a specific section of a Confluence page. So far, the syntax of "anchor\bookmark" or "anchor:bookmark" has produced a syntax error?
What is the proper way to set up an anchor with a bookmark?
In the Advanced tab of the "Edit link" dialog use the hashmark and then the name of the section.
Eg. if the section has a heading "Assets" use "#Assets". If you refer to another page, add the page title in front of the hashmark.
For details please refer to https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF57/Working+with+Links, Link to an anchor on a page:
spacekey:page name#anchor name
For instance: The key of the space you want to link to is "DOC", the page title is "My Page" and the heading of the section is "Important Information". The link in the advanced tap input field would be:
DOC:My Page#Important Information
Note that you use the heading as is, not the generated ID on the HTML element.
Here is more information on anchors:
Thank you for the assistance. This works at the space level very well.
We are also trying to anchor to a specific page in a space and then to a specific section of that page (with a heading)? Is that possible?
3–Heading (not at top of page, but within body of page)
@Debbie Buswell I am trying to do something similar ie link from an external website to a particular section of a confluence page (particular question in a FAQ confluence page).
Could you tell me what you did? I tried going over the articles @Robert Reiner [smartics] mentioned and it says to use this format:
But it did not work.
Maybe your page or anchor name contains special characters or a space? In case of a space you need to remove them.
The easiest thing would be to inspect the heading you would like to point to in your browser. Check the id attribute of the heading.
<h2 id="BreadcrumbMacro-TemplateforLabel" ...>Template for Label</h2>
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