Link List can be used to link a Button to any page on your website.
Link List will display a list of Live and Hidden pages.
Link List will also display Draft pages.
(PLEASE NOTE If you link to a Draft page and the page is not live, this will create a broken link. If you are not logged into the CMS, or if your visitors click on the link, this will link to your 404 page). Therefore, only link to Draft pages if your website is not yet live).
Link List also displays documents (e.g. pdfs). Pages appear at the top of the list in Alphanumeric order. Then, below the list of Pages, the list of Documents will appear in the Link List, also in Alphanumeric order.
To display the URL of objects on your websitethat your button links to. Objects include Pages, Documents, and Images.
To allow you to paste and display the of objects on external websites. Objects also include Pages, Documents, and Images.
You do not need to display your domain name, only the path is required, beginning with a forward slash. E.g. /your-page-name When selecting from the Link List or Anchor List, the URL path will display here.
You must display the full URL. E.g. http://www.domain-name.com/page-name
If using images from an external website it's important to remember two very important points:
The object may be removed, or it addresses may change. If so, your object will no longer display on your website. Therefore, it might be better to download the images and files, then upload them to your website.
If using images and documents located on external websites, you need to ensure that you have the rights/ license to do so. Always check the terms and conditions of all websites where you link from and also contact the website owner if you are unsure. It is important that you adhere to the legal requirements set by the image/document owner at all times.
You may set an alignment for your buttons. By default your button will be left aligned. Please note that you may also align your content (e.g. text, images and buttons) within the frame of which it sits.
Class displays the classes that have been applied to the button.
Did you know? A class is used in code to hook a particular style to an object. There is only ever one instance of a particular Class, therefore if the Class is updated, all objects that have been assigned with this Class will automatically be updated.
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