Getting Started

Heading tags can be copied and pasted on your blog posts. This takes your visitor to where the heading is located on your post. This article will cover how this feature works on your CMS.

Copy and Pasting a Heading

After adding a heading tag to your blog post, you will:

- Find the option to copy it from a copy icon in your post editor
- After you copy it, you may paste it anywhere in your blog post
- This will create a link that, upon clicking, will take a visitor to the location of the heading(H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6).

💡 The copied link will create a unique slug, which will redirect a visitor to the same page, and the site will be displayed from where the heading is located.

How it works

Add a Heading to your Blog Post

To add a heading to your blog post, follow the steps listed below:

- Drag your cursor over a text or texts
- Expand the T dropdown
- Select Heading

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Visit the Web page and copy the link to Heading

To copy the link to your heading, follow the steps below:

- Visit the post’s page on your website
- Hover over any Heading
- Select the 🔗 icon beside the Heading
- Right-click and copy the link
- Paste it on your browser to check
- You will be automatically taken to that specific section of the page

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