Edit a link

Add an inline link

Remove an inline link

Links are also editable in the Content editor once they have been added by the designers in the Design editor. In this article, you'll learn how to edit them and add your own inline links.

Note: Read this article to learn how to turn any element into a link in the design editor.

Edit a link

  • Hover over the element

  • Click on the Link icon

  • Select and set the link type

Link types

You'll be able to select from a range of links; some settings may change depending on which link type you choose.

Link Type

Description

Configuration Options

Page

Links to internal pages in your project

Go to page: a dropdown menu from which you can select the page to which you want to link

Animation: a listing of animations to transition from one page to another

Element

Links to a specific element or section in your project

Widget select: a dropdown menu from which you can select the element to which you want to link (you must give widgets names in the layers panel so they show up).

External

Links to an external URL

External URL: The field where you must put the URL

Open in a new tab: Toggle to open the URL in a new tab

Add rel=nofollow: Toggle to add rel=''nofollow'' attribute to your link

Add rell=sponsored: Toggle to add rel=''sponsored'' attribute to your link

Email

Redirects the user to Gmail with the specified email address as the recipient

Email: The field where you must write the recipient's email address

Subject: The field where you must write email's subject

Phone

Redirects the user to make a phone call

Phone: The field where you must write the phone number

File

Allows the user to download a preloaded file

File to be downloaded: Click to upload the file from your PC

Target: Choose the redirection's behavior (download, open in a new tab, or open in current tab)

Download filename: The field where you must write the file's name

Add an Inline link

As mentioned above, links are typically added in the Design Editor. However, you can also add inline links in the code editor.

To do it;

  • Highlight the text you want to turn into a link

  • Select the link icon from the floating toolbar

  • Select the type of link

  • Set it

Remove an Inline link

  • Click right where the link ends

  • Select the Unlink icon from the floating toolbar

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