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  1. I've got a one-page website, but obviously each section has its own url slug. This isn't a problem by itself, but when a user goes directly to one of those section URLs (www.gabrielmolinamusic.com/services , for example), they are taken to a separate page with only that section. Instead, I want the URL to take them to the anchor point for that section on the homepage, so they can still scroll up or down to see the rest of the page. I hope that makes sense. My website is www.gabrielmolinamusic.com , and you can see the problem by going to the slug /services or /works for a couple of examples. Squarespace support had no answer other than blocking those pages with a password, but I was hoping there is a way to accomplish my goal with custom code. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
  2. Hello- I've created a custom floating button on the right side of my page (https://savemoneyplanet.ca/learn-more). I'm able to redirect it to any page slug that I input into the code, but on my home page I have a form within a button https://savemoneyplanet.ca/ (under the Take Action button) and I'd like for that button to directly open that form on that page. Maybe there's a code command that opens a link within a page as soon as it's opened/redirected to? Here's my floating button code: <div id="take-action"> <a href="/savenow"> Book your consultation </a> </div> Also here's the button code on the home page that I want to redirect to when I Inspect it: <a class="open-form-button" id="yui_3_17_2_1_1572640913562_1084" tabindex="0">Take Action</a> Any help would be appreciated, Thanks
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