I have two pages pulling from the same collection, they’re identical except how the content is organized (one is a ‘detail view’ and one is a ‘grid view’). I’d like to be able to link these two together, so that when you click on a piece of content in the collection on the ‘grid view’ page it takes you directly to that piece on the ‘detail view’ page by scrolling to the right point in the page, and visa-versa.
It seems like Link or Section IDs would be useful here, but that seems to only work for connecting content within a page and not across them.
Anyone know how I might approach this? Thanks!
The page titled ‘Artwork’ is the page in question- if you click on any piece you can see the detail view.
Thank you so much for your thoughtful reply- what a relief. I took a pass:
• Updated the horizontally scrolling page to the structure used by Vincent
• Added an absolute link in the format “https://portfolio-site-a448c4.webflow.io/art-detail#nav-SLUG” as a new CMS field, which is then pulled through to each card in the ‘grid view’, linking it to the ‘detail view’.
• Added HTML embed to each card, with “<a name="nav-SLUG"></a>”" inside it.
Once I did this I tested it with one piece from the CMS collection, that has the slug “1971-cuda-don-getz”. Pic attached for reference.