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Changing to One-Pager - Home Button?!

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Hi there,
I have altered the Helix 3 Template to a One-Pager, see:

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Now I have a question to the HOME Button. When I click the HOME Button the page is reloading instead of moving to the top. I saw in other templates that this is possible to avoid this behavoir by creating a second Home Menu item. I have compared the settings and I cannot get it how this has been made.

Can you please help me out how I get this to work? What do i have to set up?


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More than a month ago #Permalink
I try to specify my question. I had built up some time ago a website with the theme LT Charity, see here in action:

This template is also using the pagebuilder.

I recognize 2 Home items, see attached screenshot - but only one home item is being displayed in the main menu at all. The second home-menu-item with the external url points to #lt-slider - see screenshot.

In the pagebuilder settings the top section is being named #lt-slider (see screenshot).

So I know how this should work but I dont know how to display only one home-menu-button on the frontpage at all.

I hope this makes it understanding better.

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More than a month ago #Permalink
No idea? This must be working somehow....:/

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