Creating Procedure Flowcharts

Add anchor links

Page jumping, also sometimes referred to as anchor links, is where you click a link and instantly get moved somewhere further up or down a long page. To enable this, you put a HTML Anchor as Heading attribute in your page, and create a link that jumps to the anchor. You can also jump to another page’s anchor.

Put a HTML Anchor

First make sure you have your procedure uploaded in with full steps and appropriate headings (most ideal is max of 6 headings but up to 8 is OK)

  • Go to the start point of your header
  • In the right column under Block heading select "Advanced"
  • Put in appropriate anchor link heading
  • SAVE
  • Go to your online page and in the url add a # (the link won't work without the hash)
  • then add your anchor text after the # and enter
  • Copy the new anchor link url

Note: Your HTML Anchor must be unique within a document. It is case-sensitive. It can include following symbols: hyphen(-), underscore(_), colon(:), period(.). It cannot include space.

Create a Canva Flowchart

Copy one of the Linku2 saved templated flowcharts to adapt

Put in your heading wording

Highlight the whole box

Top right click on the link icon

Remove any current link then add your new anchor link url

Work through all headings and stages then save your canva as a standard pdf (this is important as any other format will not retain the anchor links)

Upload to your online procedure

Upload the flowchart to the top of your online procedure page as a "file"

You'll probably want to add a small spacer below and you'll need to extend the length of the flowchart to see it all on the page

Go to your site page and test your anchor links

If you want to jump to another page’s anchor, then specify URL with HTML Anchor. For example,

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