Easily Apply an Offset to Menu Anchors of Your WordPress Website


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Customization Notes

If you’ve ever linked to a particular element on a post, page, etc., only to find the content gets hidden behind your header, then this code snippet is for you.

This snippet assumes your header is 100 px and applies an offset that is at least the same height as your header.

So, while your header will be whatever height it is, you can adjust the offset to fit your needs.

The rest of the snippet is basically saying to hide the anchor (visibility: hidden) and make it so it’s a dead link (pointer-events: none).

					body:not(.elementor-editor-active) .elementor-menu-anchor:before {
    content: "";
    display: block;
    height: 100px;
    margin: -100px 0 0;
    visibility: hidden;
    pointer-events: none;