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  • #13554

    I have create 3 columns with image via the FRONTPAGE Dynamic setup. See here:http://bluemontinluray.com/nova/

    How can I make each of those photos a clickable link to another page?

    I know this must be simple, but am hoping you can help me.

    Thanks as always…appreciate your help.

    #79680

    Hi elames,

    It looks like you’ve got the images set up with a 3 column element and then are populating each column by page content correct?

    So you should just be able to put in your link where it says “Overwrite default Link”.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #79681

    Yes it is a 3 column element. I want the image to link to a page. WHere is “overwrite default link? I don’t see that anywhere. I am in the template builder/frontpage. The only way I can edit this is via the dynamic template. It does not appear on the home page when I am in editing mode. I am confused. sorry:-(

    #79682

    It should be in the dynamic template>columns element for each column. If you want to me double check we are both on the same path and I’m not accidentally pointing you in the wrong direction you can create a temporary admin account for me to log in and take a look.

    You can send the information to my email at DevinVinson (at) gmail.com. Make sure to include a link to this topic so that my spam filter doesn’t grab it :)

    Regards,

    Devin

    #79683

    The issue is, I chose the direct text option because that is the only one that I could put a new image in for the set up I want.With that option

    There is no overwrite default link option. The only one I see offering that is by choosing a specific page and no image

    Do i have any other options?

    #79684

    What I finally had to do was to create a READ MORE.. link and link that text to the page rather than the images or the title. I don’t care for that solution, but I saw no other option.

    #79685

    Just to close this out, when using direct text option you can always use HTML and add links to your images that way.

    See: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_links.asp

    Regards,

    Devin

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