Creating a Jump Link with Gutenberg

A jump link is a standard hyperlink that you can insert on your posts and pages that will “jump” to another location on the same page, or a different page.

Typical uses of jump links include creating a table of contents at the top of a long article which allows your visitors to jump down to a specific section of the article. You can also use them to jump to a section of another page on your site.

The following video shows how to implement jump links with the Gutenberg editor.

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