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About Lois’ Fabulous Beauty Blog Sign up 2- Can I create dynamic links on he form?Asked by loiswstern on November 09, 2011 at 07:46 PM
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Unfortunately, your inquiry is a little bit unclear for me. Could you please explain what exactly dynamic links you mean? Any examples would be much appreciated.
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New response receivedWell, I removed the http://www . . words from my form yesterday because I didn't like the way it looked. What I wanted to do on the form is place a heading above the image that says "The Place Where Outer Beauty Innovations and Inner Beauty Inspirations Merge", but have those words link to www.fabulousbeautyblog.wordpress.com
Since I can't see the image with the line "The Pace Where Outer Beauty INnovations and Inner Beauty Inspiration Merge", I'm not quite sure I understood your concern. But you can make use of a Free Text (HTML) (under Power Tools) to insert the heading that you want.
1. Drag and drop Free Text (HTML)
2. Click the orange Edit HTML button and type the link that you want to display as text header.
3. Highlight the text in step 2 and click the chain link button as shown above
4. Enter the URL where you want your users to be redirected when clicking the link
5. Click Insert
6. Click Complete.
Please let us know if this is wat you need or not so that we can further assist you.
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