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How To Add A Link To One Of Your Pages

A link or "hyperplink" is a piece of text or image on a webpage that someone can click on to take to another page or file, either on your site or to an external one. For instance, you might want to post an image on your homepage promoting your latest sale, and then link this to your shop.

This guide will explain how to create a link for both a Responsive and Static page.

Creating a link in a Responsive Page

To create a text link using a Responsive Page:

  1. Log into your Create account
  2. Click "Content" from the top menu
  3. Beside the page you'd like to add the link to, click the Edit icon (or create a new page)
  4. Add the text you would like to add a link to
  5. Highlight the portion of the text you would like to link, and click the "Link" icon
  6. Paste in, or type, the link - e.g. www.yoursite.co.uk/ourshop
  7. Save the link by clicking the checkmark

To create an image link using a Responsive Page:

  1. Log into your Create account
  2. Click "Content" from the top menu
  3. Beside the page you'd like to add the link to, click the Edit icon (or create a new page)
  4. Add the image you would like to add a link to
  5. In the "Image Link" box, paste in, or type, the link - e.g. www.yoursite.co.uk/ourshop
  6. Save the link by clicking done

Creating a link using a Static Page

To create a text link using a Static Page:

  1. Log into your Create account
  2. Click "Content" from the top menu
  3. Beside the page you'd like to add the link to, click the Edit icon (or create a new page)
  4. Write the text you would like to use as your link, for example "Click Here to visit my Shop". 
  5. Now highlight the text and click on the "Insert/Edit Link" icon which looks like a sideways eight on the top toolbar. 
  6. This will pop up an option box. Here you can link to a page on your site, or you can link to an external URL.
  7. Click "Insert"
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