we have created some custom HTML with standaard #id-functionality in ArcGIS Hub to create easier and quicker navigation through long pages.
Something like this:
<a href="#Aardkundigewaarden"> Aardkundige waarden</a>
Where the location-id can be found further down the page:
<div id="Aardkundigewaarden"> </div>
This all works fine within the ArcGIS Hub page itself. But if we use the URL including the #id (http://geo-point.provincie-utrecht.nl/pages/bodem#Aardkundigewaarden ) from our organisation-website or just straight forward, put it into the adress bar of the browser, it navigates to the top of the page, not to the wanted location on that page.
We assume the default css/html framework of the Arcgis Hub might overrule our settings, but have no insight in this code.
Does somebody know an answer to this problem and/or a workaround?
Solved! Go to Solution.
It does work for some links but not for others. If the id is after a section that takes a while to load. Then it doesn't look like it works because the id section gets pushed down.
Example: Coronavirus Response
This functionality is broken for me. The link is in a dashboard going to an ID anchor tag in a Hub page. The correct page opens, but does not jump down to the correct section.
Any timeline on this getting fixed?