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  • marcelh 170 posts 470 karma points
    Oct 29, 2014 @ 10:43
    marcelh
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    Using anchor name (#name) in category url

    Did I overlook something or is not possible to use an anchor name in a UCommerce category URL?

    I have landing category showing a list of child categories with products on a page. When a user navigates to a product, a link back to that child directory on the landing category page is shown in the form http://localhost/catalog/landing/c-29/c-1250#name-of-the-child-category. When navigating there, UCommerce seems to navigate to that child directory directly, instead of the location of the child category on the landing category page.

    Does UCommerce use the anchor name (#name) in the CatalogContext to perform any additional logic? Or how can I refer to a location on a page without interfering with the CatalogContext?

  • marcelh 170 posts 470 karma points
    Oct 30, 2014 @ 15:12
    marcelh
    100

    Never mind, found the issue had nothing to do with UCommerce but with a CSS trick to stretch my Bootstrap columns (see https://blog.credera.com/technology-insights/full-height-column-layout-with-bootstrap/).

    The reason I suspected UCommerce doing something with this was that I noticed the use of # signs in the UrlService when generating a URL for productvariants.

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