Is there a way to copy a linkable heading when you are in edit mode so you can link to the top of the page?
I only see the copy link when I am in view mode. I have been copying the link and then editing, linking and republishing, repeat on all my requirements.
I appreciate the help! Thank you!
Hello, @Molly Elmes !
This question been brought up in the past, here in our community! The thread that deals with have directions on how to implement it. Here, take a look:
However, if you are on Confluence Cloud, anchor macro is not available. For this to work, we can manually create the links to your headers.
The links to headers are the header title itself concatenated to the end of the page link. For example:
- My page link is https://myinstance.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/GS/pages/333333333/PARENT-00
- My page Name is PARENT-00
- My header title is HEADING ONE
The link to that specific heading (HEADING ONE) will be this:
You can manually create the anchor links to the headings by adding the # sign after the page link and typing out the heading title having each space in the title replaced with the – symbol.
I hope this shines some light, Molly! Looking forward to your reply.
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