What I would like to do is override this behavior with some custom code. The end result of which would be when you reach an anchor ID from another page, you can click the back button in your browser once to return to the page that you came from instead of needing to click twice.
To recreate what I am describing:
- On the following page, scroll to the “Ways to Give in the Future” section: http://five-valleys-land-trust-dev.webflow.io/donations
- Click on one of the blue “Learn More” buttons. These buttons link to #anchor ID links on another page of the site using a relative path. e.g. /planned-giving#Tax-Credit
- The link works as expected but, if you click the back button in your browser, it takes you to the top of the current page instead of taking you back to the Donation page. You need to click the back button twice to return to the page you came from.
Thanks for any insight you can provide!
Here is my public share link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/five-valleys-land-trust-dev?preview=ccfe059f1c348094ac45b97894fdf1a8