Is there a way to create a second button on a Moodle Page/Lesson/Book which duplicates the 'function' of the NEXT button in the lower right? Note we are looking for the function and not the absolute link (see below).
The links at the bottom of the page, which help to sequence the lessons, do not seem to technically be relative, but they have been generated automatically and in a relative order. In the image below, clicking on the right link at the bottom of the page will bring me to the next activity, no matter how much I rearrange the activities in the course, that link will always change what it is pointing to, based on what's next in sequence, and I don't have to update this link. Moodle does this on its own.
So, these are created relatively (or however we need to call them) but they are coded in absolute. I assume that's just the way this needs to be. Clearly, I can't copy the link in the lower right and paste it on another page and have it bring me to the NEXT page, it would just bring me to what was the next page where I copied the link because it's absolute.
What we are trying to do it duplicate this button somewhere else on the page. However, we need to duplicate the function of this button, not the link. An instructor is requesting a 2 part page where the student, in one click, can move to the next lesson or ignore it and continue learning, to the bottom of the page. They would rather not simply direct the student (either through text, a jump link to the bottom, or otherwise) to just head to the bottom of the page. They are hoping to make it a bit more seamless and be able to use the same template on every page.
Is there a way to either duplicate this button or to create a button on the page that essentially activates this button in the lower right?