Jump / Page Link

Hi I’m trying to get the Speaker / Media link in the footer widget in our website to jump to the media area of content on our Who We Are page on our website.

I created a target link using html code around the Media / Speaking copy on that page, as #media and then make the Speaker/Media text in our footer widget go to this target link: https://e3energyevolved.com/who-we-are/#media

But, it’s not bringing me to that section of the content still when you click on the link. What am I doing wrong?

The html code I used on the Who We Are page for the “Media | Press | Speaking” title to create the anchor is:


I also tried this … and neither worked.


For some reason, both the html code sections I wrote above are not showing up right, they’re conforming. I hope you can somehow see the code I wrote.

Hi there,

Thanks for writing in! It looks like you haven’t assigned an id media to the section. Assign an ID to the section media and your anchor links should work correctly. Please see https://theme.co/apex/forum/t/features-how-to-setup-one-page-navigation/96

Hope this helps!


I tried both this one - [map id=“media”] … [/map] & this one [content_band] … [/content_band] and they added a section to the page that should be there.

Am I doing something wrong?

If I have this code already right about the Media section on that page,

, doesn’t that suffice to create the jump link where the “Media” link in our home page menu should automatically jump there on the Who We Are page?

In the third para of my last comment, I hda placed code in there, and it disappeared again. I am trying to show you the code that I already put into the media area of the who we are page but it’s not showing up when I click reply on these comments it disappears. :frowning:


I checked this page and there’s really no element that has an id of media. Your link href will work once you have an element with an ID of media. You will need to use the Full URL like https://example.com/example/#media since you plan on using it globally.

The Map and Content Band shortcodes does not have an ID attribute. See the links below:


It’s best you use the ID field of an element. The screenshot below was taken from a Classic Section. For V2 elements, it’s found under the Customize tab. For more details, please see https://theme.co/apex/forum/t/cornerstone-content-builder-inspector/124

Once you have assigned an ID to an element (preferably a section) and it still does not help, please give us WordPress Admin access in a Secure Note so we could check your setup.


Thanks - the issue is the content band shortcode seems to make an additional header section on the website, and I don’t need that. I just want the “Media” on the website menu to jump to the Media section that’s already defined on our Who We Are page. I don’t want to add another design element to that page in order to do that, which the content band seems to do.

I did already enter an link with a “/#media” in it in that area of the page, which from the videos I watched on YouTube on adding a jump link, said it should work.

I will need to hand this off to our website developer at this point to have her take a look, as I’m not sure why it’s not working or what I’m missing still.


Yes, that is what I said in my reply that the content band does not output an ID. You should add your ID to the section like in this video https://youtu.be/kVwqeDguyq4

If that does not help, please give us WordPress Admin access in a Secure Note


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