My editors have created a page with a similar format to this. The top of the page contains links to the sections that will be covered on the page. These links will cause the page to scroll down to the proper section.
Overview of sections:
Jump to section 1
Jump to Section 2
This is very simple to do. One simply would go to the code editor and type <a name="Section1"> <h2>Section 1:</h2></a> near the section that the links should link to,
and then create a link at the top of the page with the Composite link button. When they create the link at the top of the page, they will select the url of the page they are on already and they will just add #Section1.
This is really just basic html here. What I'm wondering is, does composite have a way to do the <a name="jump to here"></a> without having to go to the code editor. My editors are not very good at html. I can train them...but they still
will not get it.