Adding a Link to text in your site

You can transform a word or sentence on your pages into a clickable (hyper)link, which when clicked will transfer the user to another page.

Once logged in, go to the page you want to add the link to by clicking on its name in the navigation menu or on the sitemap. Click on the 'Edit Page' button below the text. The page will load, and a text field will appear containing the text which is currently used on that web page. Within the text editing field, select the word or phrase that you want to make into a link. With this selected, click on the Insert/Edit Link icon (it looks like a small chain on globe) on the formatting toolbar.

A popup window appears allowing you to type in a web page 'url', select a page from your site to link to, or create an email link. At the top of the popup you'll also see a tab called 'target'. Here you can choose ‘_blank’, for instance, so the link opens in a new window. Click on the 'OK' button to confirm your link once you have made it, and have it added to your page text. The pop-up will close. Click on the 'Submit Changes' button below the text field to confirm the page change.

Removing a Link

To remove a link, select the text which already has a link, click on the openchain icon. The link has now been removed.
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