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Where is Free Text HTMLAsked by amynorman on February 03, 2014 at 03:28 AM
Is there still a free html button? I think I've just disabled all of the links on my existing forms trying to figure how to create links on a new form. Is there a new way to insert links now? I also need to include "no follow" in the link code.
The former Free Text(HTML) field is now renamed to TEXT and can be found in Form Tools.
You can use this to create text links in your form.
Thank you! Could you remind me what the code is I need to enter? Also, how
do I add "no follow"? I can't remember. Thanks.
The code you need to insert is:<a target="_blank" href="www.example.com" rel="nofollow">link text</a>
Kindly let us know if you need more assistance.
I've already created the form with the terms and conditions tab there. I
just need to link it. When I click on TEXT, it creates a new area in the
form. I can't remember how to attach a link to the terms and conditions I
already have. I know I created it from the options tab.
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So you can do it directly on the text field:
Or you can open the html editor:
You can also use the automatic link option, but then you get more limited options, not being able to use "rel" option.
Let us know if you need more assistance.
So this is what I typed into the html editor:
I pressed complete, but it just changed the name of my link (terms of
study) to the name linktext.
Yes the "link text" is the text you wish to show so in this case you can change for Terms of study:
<a target="_blank" href="www.example.com" rel="nofollow">Terms of study</a>
Also you need to change www.example.com for the desired url.
Sorry for not clarifying previously this question.
I'm sorry. I typed in exactly what you said, and It's still not working.
Here is the link:
Maybe you can try clicking on terms of study to see what happens. thanks
Upon checking, I found out that the issue is had something to do with your website url. It should start with http:// and you only have this:
It should be:
<p><a target="_blank" href="http://www.tonewoodstudio.com/page/workshop-terms" >Terms of study</a></p>
Anyways, I've fixed it for you. Kindly check your website now: http://www.tonewoodstudio.com/page/matisse-workshop-registration
If you need further assistance, please feel free to contact us again at anytime.
Thank you! it works now. I typed it into the options window so that I still
have my check box next to where it says "terms of study" Now, how do I make
the terms of study come up in a different window? That option is available
when I use the text editor, but I don't know how to do when I'm using the
options window. Thanks.
By the way you can use this code:
<div style="margin-left: 0px;">
<input id="userInput" type="checkbox" name="checkbox">
<label id="label" for="userInput">
I have read and understood the
<a id="terms" target="_blank" href="http://agent-locator.mynetworksolutions.mobi/app/privacy-policy/2753382/36/" rel="nofollow">terms of study</a>
This way it opens in a new window and you can avoid duplication of text:
Let us know please if you need more assistance.