Is there a way to get the same "sliding" effect with other links other than from Nav?

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Is there any simple solution to have other links on the page act like the "Slide Nav" if they point to an anchor point on the page?

Basically, can I make my site logo have an external link "/#slide1" and have it scroll up from wherever it is below 'Slide 1',,,

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vGibson
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vGibson replied on at Permalink Reply
vGibson
Should have looked around a bit before asking this. I've read through every support ticket for the theme to find tips and tricks that others have asked about and I didn't recall seeing it previously but it was asked recently...

You can close this ticket since it was answered here ->http://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/themes/long-story-short1/suppo...
jordif replied on at Permalink Reply
jordif
Hi,

glad you could sort it out.

Anyway I've added this to the documentation to make it easier to find:

http://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/themes/long-story-short1/tips-...

Jordi
vGibson replied on at Permalink Reply
vGibson
Thanks :)
AthanD replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Jordi,

Sorry for all the trivial questions.

In the tips & snippets you have posted this:

How to have other links on the page smoothly scroll to a specific slide?

You can have a link scroll smoothly to a specific slide by using the id of the slide as the target and adding the class "goto-slide" to the link:

<a class="goto-slide" href="#slide2">Go to next slide</a>

How do you actually do this? I have a line of text in a block on slide 1 and want the word "HERE" to scroll to slide 9 further down on the page. When i highlight the word and add a link i only have the option to add a url, link it to a page or file. help :)
jordif replied on at Permalink Reply
jordif
Hi,

are you using concrete 5.7? In 5.8, you have a lot of opitons when you edit a link.

If you cannot see the options, you'll need to edit the HTML code (there should be a button that allows you to see the code in the editor.

Simply find the word "Here" and change it to:

<a class="goto-slide" href="#slide9">Here</a>

Cheers,

Jordi
AthanD replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanks Jordi!

Worked a treat! :)

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