Sometimes you might want your WordPress navigation menu items to link directly to a page section that sits in the middle of a larger page, rather than simply to the top of the page. For example: instead of creating a nav menu link to a Contact page, how do I create a menu link to the Contact section of my homepage? Being able to create WordPress menu links to page sections is especially important on one-page websites, or on multi-page sites that have long scrolling homepages or sales pages. Fortunately, assigning an anchor to a page section, and then linking to that anchor from your WordPress navigation menu, is not tricky at all. This quick tutorial video shows you how. I guess Ill have to figure out the CSS to override…let me know if you have an exampl snippet please! Great tutorial.
One-page websites seem to be all the rage these days. This is a general HTML thing, the technique has existed since the first days of the internet. In the Vellum theme we have enhanced this technique by adding some smooth scrolling functionality to achieve a fancier appearance. Normally clicking on a menu item would go directly to the appropriate section on the page in an instant, blink and you miss it. The first thing is to mark in our content where each section begins.
Website Design is largely about enhancing the user experience of your website. You have to make your website visually appealing and SEO friendly for driving a large number of traffics in it. However, once the visitors land on your website, they must be able to navigate your whole site quickly and easily.
I am real amature and I am trying right now for few hours already figured out how to set up Dynamic One Page Navigation. I was using this tutorial. Did it installed to Child Theme I have? I hope so. I need to have it in Child Theme in case of Themes updates. I dont want to lose it all. It start working, but its not scrolling to the part I need. It just jump there. Thank you so much.