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WordPress. How to change default starting position of #anchor

This tutorial is going to show you how to change default starting position of an anchor.

  1. Open your WordPress Dashboard.

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  2. Navigate to Pages -> All pages and open Home page.

  3. Locate hash_id of page you wish to edit. For example: hash_id=’aboutPage’

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  4. Use this id to create a CSS rule. Example:

    #aboutPage {
      position: relative;
      top: 50px !important;
    }
    

    CSS top property can be customized.

  5. Insert the rule to the bottom of style.css file.

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  6. Save changes and check your site.

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WordPress. How to change default starting position of #anchor

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