Custom sections are easy to navigate and save, with a Table of Contents and a Jump to Top button.
Table of Contents
Custom sections—both static and collection sections—include a Table of Contents at the top. The Table of Contents contains all visible sub-section header widgets in that section. Click on a header to jump down to that header in the section or collection item.
In static sections, the Table of Contents appears at the top of the section. In collection sections, the Table of Contents appears at the top of an opened collection item.
Only visible sub-section headers are included in the Table of Contents. If the header’s visibility is contingent on another field, the conditions must be met and the header must be visible before it is included. If the section contains no sub-section header widgets, the Table of Contents does not appear.
Sub-section header widgets can be added and adjusted by Admin users in the Customs Editor.
Jump to Top
All custom sections contain a Jump to Top button, which allows you to quickly navigate back to the top of the section or collection item, where you can save or use the Table of Contents.
The Jump to Top button appears in the bottom right corner when you begin scrolling down a section or item.