Yes that’s correct but I thing that it’s only option. Im using this method for
Back to Top in footer in current project. I just do not assign routes if I presume there will be some changes in footer. Once footer is fully done (by design) then I will unlink and set routes. When there is need for some change (client wish) I will change main symbol and copy / unlink new version or if it is only small change I will do change for each instance.
I have now identical situation with main menu where menu links are pointing to sections of homepage but there are 2 extra pages and menu links from these pages have to be pointed to sections on homepage so main menu on extra page have to be pointed to URL to external page and not only section. And also footer BTT in this pages is set to point into different top section.
May be someone will know how to do this without unlink but that’s why this option is there.
Or may by you can do it programmatically to write some
if-else condition as you can do within
modules (JS,React …) but I never did that in Webflow as
unlink is easier to use. If
unlink is no option in your case you can look this way and figure out if this will work.