I want to link to a header that’s automatically generated by the accordion.
Switcher does generate these links. See https://stacks4stacks.com/switcher/#defaultsettings1, but Switchr doesn’t look nearly as good as Ivy2.
I may not be able to do this in Ivy2, but I thought I’d ask.
As per peppermint’s posts, I know I can create a link in a header, but that link has to go to something specific. If I could make it open the content of the same header, that might work.
Another example, http://rapidweaverbook.com/toc/, goes to Joe Workman’s book on RapidWeaver. I’m not putting in a plug for his book–which was actually written for RW5, but if you mouse over to any of the headers on the accordion there (Squeezebox), there’s also an automatic link for each header.
And so on. I’ve used this automatic link generator that’s built-in to SqueezeBox in multiple RW projects to create links within the site that keep referencing back to the various accordion sections. It’s great for SEO.
Squeezebox is the first accordion stack I bought. Technically it’s great, but it doesn’t have the aesthetic strength of Ivy/Ivy2–which is what my client wants.
What I’m asking is if there’s a way to manually add into Ivy2 what’s built-in to SqueezeBox?
Adam at Elixir is in the midst of multiple projects for the release of RW7 and can’t get to Ivy2 for awhile.
SqueezeBox hasn’t been updated in a year or so, and probably won’t anytime soon as most of Joe’s focus is on his Foundation theme and the Foundation stacks. Besides, Joe’s strength is really in the technical aspects of things.
Is there a way to take apart SqueezeBox to see how it’s built, then see if I can manually add this linking feature back into Ivy2?