ok I figured it out with this help THANKS anyway guys!!
- Identify Where the Jump Will Start and End
There are two parts in a page jump – target text and the link.
When the link is clicked, it will bring your visitors to the place in the page where the target text exists. You’ll have some text at the top of the page, that you may want to use to create jump links.
For example, let’s say you have some topics like these.
Then you’ll have subheadings on your page, using, say, Header 3 style, that matches with the topics.
Locate the end point or the target text, i.e. the subheadings on the text editor.
It will probably look like this:
JUMP TO THE TOP OF THE PAGE
- Add an id Attribute to your HTML
Once you’ve located the target text to create the jump link, you’ll need to add some code to the tag. The code we’re adding here is the id attribute. Add the code in the heading tag such that this:
Pay attention to the spaces. Leave a space before the “id” but there shouldn’t be any space between the closing quotation mark and the > symbol. Remember, you’re only adding characters.
The text inside the quotation marks is the identification for the link to use. You are free to use any word or letters that you like. Just make sure there are no spaces since that can cause problems in older browsers. Also, be sure to use a unique ID for each target that you create.