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(New editor) How to apply anchor hyperlinks?
(New editor) How to apply anchor hyperlinks?

In this article you will learn how to use anchor links in a template for redirecting to specific paragraphs within that template.

Yaroslav Zhbadinskyi avatar
Written by Yaroslav Zhbadinskyi
Updated over a week ago

You've probably seen a feature on websites when a page has links to its own chapters, and when you click on the link, you get redirected to a specific chapter or paragraph on the same page. This feature is called an anchor link.

Here, at Stripo, you can add such links to your emails and send the customer to a particular part of that email:

How to add an anchor link at Stripo?

First, select a target element that your link will be referring to. On the right panel, turn on the option Anchor Link and give the anchor a name:

We have created the link's name.

Now, select an element that will redirect a user to our target destination (it can be a button, an image, or a menu element).

Go to the right panel, and in the field Link open the list with anchor links. Select the link’s name you created earlier:

That is all, the anchor link has been added. In my case, the Menu option Shop refers to the paragraph where customers can buy waffles.

Tip: Please note that we cannot test these links right in the editor. In order to test the anchors, you need to send yourself a test message.

We also have a post in our blog with a more detailed description of anchor links.

Important to mention: not all email clients support anchor links. Here is a list showing which email clients support this feature so far:

Here is also the link to the Caniemail service with the updated information.

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