So, taking that a step forward. I have that anchor set above the heading. It will automatically create an anchor with the name of the title and .ap, while staying inside the .page of each “page” (which I am just treating as content for the site).
Afterwards I can then tell my nav to link to #whatever the name is of the anchor (which is the title of each section)
And since each page has a padding-top of 100px to divide the content, the .ap class is position:absolute; top:0. Which makes it so it won’t hide the content you click to navigate to. This little experiment made me have a sudden realization of what some basic php can do.