Divi Theme Jump Links: How to Link to a Specific Page Section

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You might find yourself in a situation where you want to link to a specific page section using the Divi Builder. I have a good news for you! Divi theme jump links are super easy to create.

Written Instructions for Divi Theme Jump Links

This really is VERY simple. First, you need to decide what you’re going to name your section. In the video, I name the section “honeycomb installation”, which in link form looks like this: honeycomb-installation.

I’d recommend selecting a one-word name. Two words at most. If you have two words, you will need to hyphenate them.

Second, put this term in the CSS ID section of your row.

Hover for the blue box (you can also put this in a column – so the teal colored box) and then select the settings icon.
Divi theme jump links
When you click on the Settings, a window will open up – navigate to the Advanced tab to locate the CSS ID spot.

Next we need to take your CSS ID and create a jump link:

Again, so easy! Simple hyperlink like you would for a normal link and then enter in your jump link. If it’s on the same page, all you need to put is “#your-jump-link”. In my case: #honeycomb-installation.

If you are linking from another page on the site, then you need to use the full page URL + the jump link. This looks like yourwebsite.com/page-name/#your-jump-link.

Easy peasy.

Resources mentioned in the video:

Divi* ➡️ https://kcocreative.com/divi

Divi courses ➡️ https://www.kcocreative.academy

Best of luck! Xx, Kara

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I’m one part website designer, one part strategist and one part accountability partner.  I help service-based solopreneurs get set up online without the tech headaches!