I need some help figuring out how to get the links from the main page of my site (when people click “read more” or just click on the posts) to go not just to the post, but automatically jump to a point in the post. Specifically, I want the links to skip past my rather large logo/website title and go right to the top of the post content.
The site in question is http://www.thriftyreads.com. I was thinking it might be possible to do it somehow using anchors in the php files that structure the “post” pages, but after searching for the entirety of the day about how to do it to much frustration, I’m reverting to just asking for help here.
So here’s what the site looks like now:
When you click on one of the posts, it takes you to a page that looks like this:
As you can see, the title of the page “Thrifty Reads” is enormous, and causes users to scroll down to see the post. I want to keep the logo/title for the main page and all other pages, but have links to posts automatically skip the logo. So that when a user clicks on one of the posts from the main page, they get sent to the post page with the page already scrolled past the title. So that it looks like this:
Help is very much appreciated. I don’t know if there is a plugin that can do this for me, or if somebody can help with editing the .php files so that it’s automatically set up like that..
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