Use anchors & links across tab structure

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Working with Anchors

I am setting up a user documentation with different steps that I split up across a few tabs on my page. I would like to include "Next Step" and "Previous Step" buttons at the bottom of the page but can't seem to get it to work; the links to the anchors in the tabs do not seem to be able to move within the tabbed structure (I am using tab content wrapper and tab element)

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Hi Gerrit,

I'm not entirely sure of how the tabbed structure is working. It may be that the anchors are having trouble working with the tab structure you are using. Although, it would be great if you could provide a bit more context or visuals of the structure of the page you are working on. 

Hi Sarah, thank you for your response. Please have a look at the screenshot for better understanding:

I use a tabbed structure to display the content on my page. I would like to include links within the tabs to jump into a different tab and had no luck using anchors and #anchorlinks. Any ideas?

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Hi there,

Did a resolution ever happen with this? I'm experiencing the same problem.



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