One page site allows you to put all the content on one page, and the menu items will link to each different section of the page.
Think of it as a full site but all in one page. Please read below for information on how to set this up.
To create a Onepager site using Weddington, follow these steps:
Step 1 - Navigate to the Pages section of your Dashboard and click Add New.
Step 2 - In the new page, use the Backend or Frontend editor to create a Section.
You can also use Rows for this. Each section/row will serve as a section in the page to locate using the menu.
Step 3 - Click on the Edit option in every section you create and look for Section ID. The Section ID will serve as the anchor of the menu. Make sure that the ID is unique to the section.
Step 4 - Add the contents in the Section. You can add rows with text and elements inside. Click on Publish button to save.
You can see in the sample above that each section have different Section IDs.
Step 5 - Set this page as the front page by navigating to Settings > Reading. Click on A static page option, then select the page for the onepager then click on the Save Changes button.
Step 6 - To make the Menu for the onepager, navigate the dashboard to Appearance > Menus. Look for create a new menu, add the Menu Name then click on the Create Menu button.
Step 7 - You will see options on what to put inside your new menu. Look for Custom Links in the options. If you don’t see that option, at the upper-right side of the page you will see Screen Options option, click on that and you will see options with check boxes. Check the box beside Custom Links.
Step 8 - Using the Custom Links option, write the section’s Section ID inside the URL textbox and the name of the link inside the Link Text textbox. Then click on the Add to Menu button. After adding all the navigation menu, Click on Save Menu to save.
Step 9 - Click on the Manage Location tab, change the Top primary menu to the menu that you made for the onepager. Click on the Save Menu button to save.
You can see the changes on the Front Page of the site.