Headings and Links between pages
You'll need to use code blocks. In the following screen shot, you'll see <h2 id="SOS">. The id is the key thing here. I named it SOS to be short for Status of Substance, but you can name it whatever you want. It just has to match what you'll put in the link below. It doesn't actually have to be <h2 id...> It can be <p id...> or any element with an id, but the heading of the article is the most logical place for me to put it.
The above code block is on the Winter 2014 Feature page. You'll want to view the actual page, and copy the article URL below (in this case "https://pat-johnson.com/squarespace.com/winter-2014-feature") and then add a hashtag (#) to it with the id, so it becomes "https://pat-johnson.com/squarespace.com/winter-2014-feature#SOS")
You'll end up with the following link that goes straight to the code block that has that id.
Hello ThereThis is an example of the Blog Big Heading
Hello ThereThis is an example of the Blog 2 Heading
Hello ThereBlog 3 heading
Hello ThereBlog 4 heading
Hello ThereBlog 5 heading
Hello ThereReport 1 heading
Hello ThereReport 2 heading
Hello ThereReport 3 heading
Hello ThereReport 4 heading
Hello ThereReport 5 heading Just double click on this box if you're in the edit page area to see the HTML code you need to use to activate these. You'll have to copy them and paste them in a code block. If you want to use the styles within a paragraph, you'll still have to use code block, but you can do something like Report heading 4 with bold added or Blog heading 4 with italics added.
In order to change the CSS so you can customize the look of the headings above, use this link: Change CSS in Squarespace . You can see a list of almost all of the possible ways to style your font here .
In order to follow those links, you'll have to be viewing the page in preview mode instead of edit mode.