You need to get the anubias rhizome above the substrate or it will rot and die.It needs to be tied to a rock or driftwood and it will anchor itself there after a while. It also will probably not like all the bright light so shade it somehow if you can.
Thanks for the info!
4 videos, 3 accidentally broken off leaves, two forum searches, and a spool of fishing line later, I have managed to crudely anchor the anubias to the driftwood. Hopefully they'll do better now.
I also purchased some stem plants at my local LLS for 4 dollars. They also threw in a random plant as well. I think it might be a crypt, but i'm not sure. I also moved the lights a bit so the anubias won't get too much light. Hopefully that is an ok temperary fix.
Can I superglue the anubias to the driftwood later? I read that some members have done that. The fishing line is kind of unsightly. Thanks!