Adding scroll-behavior CSS property as defined by standard CSS (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/scroll-behavior) causes the scrolling to behave unpredictably and requires two clicks on a bookmark link to scroll to the element with the element ID.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a test content page.
2. Add a Web Content Display widget.
3. Create a test web content. Edit as HTML and copy the sample HTML provided. The HTML should be long enough to cause scrolling. The two links at the top will cause the browser to scroll to the elements with the matching ID.
4. Configure the Web Content Display to show the web content.
5. See the video for actual test steps.
Text box field should have data from the Data provider to autocomplete
One-click should activate the HTML convention for bookmark links.
It requires two clicks on a bookmark link to scroll to the element with the element ID.