Ok, so I think I know what's going on @callmevlad. I think.
I'm using a symbol as my nav bar, so when I have a link set to #buy-section on my home page using the "link to a section in this page" option, everything works fine. The menu slides out of the way and I slide down to the "buy" section. The problem is that when I navigate to a different page, say the About Us page, that link (since it's a symbol), now tries to send me not to #buy-section on the home page, but instead to #buy-section on the page I'm currently on, so in this case /about-us#buy-section. There is no #buy-section on that page, so it just doesn't do anything. And I can't edit it for just that page because it's a symbol.
So, to try to get around that, I just set the BUY link up in the nav bar as a standard link, linking to salesographer.com/#buy-section. This works fine when heading TO the homepage from any other page, since it has to reload to a different page anyway. But now when I'm on the home page, where the #buy-section exists, the mobile nav bar doesn't close. Change that back to just a "link to a section on this page" option and it works. But now I'm back to the same problem on all of the other pages because it's a symbol.
So, I either need to remove it as a symbol and just copy and paste the nav section into each page separately and have different links depending on if it's linking to a section on the same page or if it's linking to a section on a different page, or I need to find out why when I have the full URL in for a section on the same page, the nav bar doesn't close.
- If I use "link to a section on this page" the nav bar closes and I'm brought to that section on that page, no problem, but I can't actually get to that section from a different page, instead it tries to send me to a nonexistent section on the current page.
- Using the full URL to a section on a page works if I'm coming from a different page, but the nav bar doesn't close if I'm on the page where the section exists.
- Using symbols for a nav bar that includes links to sections that do not exist on every page may not be the best idea.
I've just removed the symbols for now and use a non-symbol nav on each page (although, now that I think about it, I only needed to switch the one out on the home page) so that I can have different links on the home page than on all of the other pages. Even so, feel free to tinker to see if you can replicate. Thanks!
Good lord, I hope that all made sense.