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Managing Links

Last Updated: Jun 06, 2016 05:14PM EDT

Using the Text and Image elements, you can easily create links from some text or image on your page to another page on your website (internal link) or to an external website (external link).
 

Internal Links

To create an internal link:

1. Enter the Text and Image element by clicking inside it and highlight the text piece or image you want to link.

2. Click on the Insert Link icon to the right. The Link Properties panel will show up.
3. Select Link Type > Internal Link and choose the page from your site you want to link to from the Link To dropdown.







 

 

 

External Links

To add an external link, follow the same steps, choose External Page click inside the text box of the Link To, and start typing*.

Linking to an email is as simple as typing a valid email address into the text area after selecting Link Type > Email. When the email link (j.smith@domain.com) is clicked, a new email (To: this address) will be opened in the computers default email program. You can even link to a phone number to allow call-on-click dialing from supported devices by choosing Link Type > Telephone.





*You can also Paste a URL you have already copied using the keyboard shortcut for Paste: Click your mouse in the Link field, and then press 'Ctrl' + 'V' (For Mac users 'Apple' + 'V').


By default, all internal links open in the current browser window, while all external links open in a new tab or window. You can change this behavior with the Open in New Window checkbox.

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