Support » Plugin: Anchor Block » Anchor Block Plugin ignores optional top margin

  • Hi there!

    First, thank you for providing a simple function that in all honesty seems like it should be a part of the Gutenberg editor. Much appreciated!

    I am using the plugin to create anchors within a page. It works fine when not applying any optional top margin. However, I am using a theme with a sticky header and without applying that offset, the page scrolls such that part of the anchored area is under the header. So, I am looking to use the offset feature. However, it seems to have no effect. In the referenced URL above, I have two points where I have inserted the block into the page and when clicking the links, it still scrolls to the same place. I am adding 200px with no luck. I do notice that when specify a negative number, the plugin seems to add that much actual space (much like using the spacer block) to the top but I’m guessing that is not the intension.

    I am using the OnePress theme with WordPress 5.3.2. I have seen it not work on Safari, Chrome and FireFox. I’ve also tried this with the WordPress 2020 Theme and the Polestar theme. Same result.

    Any help is appreciated!

    Thank you!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • I have the same issue.

    @author, you can fix this, by passing the dynamic offset (*-1) as css style

        display: block;
        position: relative;
        top: -250px;
        visibility: hidden;
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