Local Scrolling Links & Buttons

Total includes an advanced function for creating local scrolling links. Please have a look below for the correct guide for creating local scrolling links for the menu or links that auto scroll in a new window:

Creating A Section You Can “Scroll To”

The first step before creating a local scrolling link is to of course create a section that you are going to link to. You can do this by adding a new row via the WPBakery and adding a unique “Local Scroll ID”.

Important: Do NOT add the # symbol to your ID, it will cause issues, ,just give it a unique name. Do not use spaces, only use dashes and underscores. The ID given to this section will them become the URL for your local scrolling link, but with a hashtag in front. So for example if your local scroll section is “about” then the link is “#about”.

Non-Row Local Section

By default the theme has a Local Scroll ID field added to the Rows for easily creating your sections, however, it’s also possible to scroll to any element that contains the data-ls_id adde to it. So for example you could add the following code in an html element anywhere you want the “section-name” local scroll section to start.

<div data-ls_id="#section-name"></div>

Local Scroll Any Link?

If you want to create a local scrolling link on any page simply add the classname "local-scroll-link" to any link and it will scroll there with a smooth animation.

Example:

local-scroll-link

WPBakery Elements

Some Total WPBakery elements have this ability built-in, such as the Total Button:

For any other module you could add the classname "local-scroll-link" to the "Extra class name" field.

By using the local scroll functions in the theme it crease a "smooth" scroll affect to the target element it also will allow you to link directly to a section when the site loads if you wanted via your-site.com/#local-ection

Local Scroll Settings

Total also has some useful options in the Customizer under General Theme Options > Local Scroll Links so you can various settings.