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Scroll position in an email



User: Susan S. 2 months ago
I may have asked this before but I search for it under Scroll position and my name and can't find the exact answer.

I sent a scroll position on a long page. I want to email that position so people don't have to search for the exact thing I'm referring too.

so if my website is www.virtualassistantcapecod.com

and the page is: longpage.html

and the scroll position is: scrollposition-5808

What would the link look like for this scroll position:

http://www.virtualassistantcapecod.com/longpage.html ??

do I put a colon: :scrollposition-5808

or what?

I hope I'm making sense.

Susan

ps there is no page on my site by that name I'm just trying to figure out how to do this.

Last edit 2 months ago
User: EverWeb Support 2 months ago
Hi Susan,

I apologize for the delayed reply. Yes, you do. I suggest publishing the page with the scroll-position anchor, click on the hyperlink to the scroll position and copy the URL.

Internal scroll position anchoring has been an EverWeb feature for long. In the latest version it got even easier. Now you can just select the objects you want to scroll to and set up the anchor as usual.

Hope that helps. Again, I am terribly sorry for the delay.

Kind Regards,
Ted

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User: Susan S. 2 months ago
Oh well these are crazy times. I hope you are all well. The problem is/was there isn't a hyperlink in the website at all. I just wanted to put in a scroll position in a long page of art workshops available so I could feature one in each Constant Contact newsletter and the readers didn't have to go hunting for the featured workshop. I believe I figured it out. Stay healthy, thank you!

Susan


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