- CalculonAsked on February 24, 2011 at 02:53 PM
I am having problems with trying to link some text.
I want to try and link our form where it says "....see our Terms and Conditions.." so that people can actually click on the text to take them straight to our t's and c's page and view them.
On the 'Power Tools' menu, I click 'Free Text HTML' and I put in a link for our website's Terms and Conditions but the text for the link to our page looks really messy and makes the form look unprofessional.
I try to resolve this (I assume?!) by clicking on the 'Cleanup messy code' icon in hope of putting my own text over the link but nothing happens. Am I barking up the wrong tree or is it impossible to resolve?
I appreciate from a previous question I could just insert our t's and c's in the regular 'Free text' option as an own field, but because our t's and c's are so long it would spoil the whole look of our form.
- JotForm SupportmlizAnswered on February 25, 2011 at 05:10 AM
You just need to update the href text link here's how to do it:
1. On your form click on the Edit HTML
2. You will see HTML button at the bottom toolbar of the Free
Text box, click this icon.
3. A pop up window will appear this is where you can post the following href code:
<p>Please view our <a title="SSS 2012 Terms and Conditions" target="_blank" href="http://singleseaterstar.co.uk/#/terms-conditions/4539005485" rel="nofollow noopener" >Terms and Conditions </a></p>
5. Click on Update