If you need help with linking your text in PageBreeze HTML Editor, continue with this tutorial. In this tutorial, I am going to walk you through the steps of selecting your text and linking it to outside sites and your other site pages in PageBreeze HTML Editor. To get started with this tutorial on PageBreeze HTML Editor, you will need to open the page with the text you want to link. You can also use a blank page with text to practice on.
Selecting the Text you Want to Link in PageBreeze HTML Editor
Your first step is to select the text you want to link. To do this, find the text. Use your mouse and highlight the text. Once the text is highlighted, you will need to click the chain link icon at the top of your PageBreeze HTML Editor window.
Linking Your Text in PageBreeze HTML Editor
The link box should now be opened. In this box, you are going to see the different fields and your other options for linking the text. We will take a look at the fields below to get a better understanding of how to link your text. You have two options, you can link to a document inside your website, which is called a local document, or you can link to an outside site, which is called an External URL. I will show you how to do both.
Local Document Linking
If you want to link to an inside page, you will need to tick the Local Document field in the top part of the box. Then you will need to select the folder your local document is in, in the top part of the box. In the second box, you will need to select the page you want to link to. Then click OK to link the text to an inside document.
Linking to An External Site
To link to an external site, you will need to tick the External URL field. Then enter the url in the URL field. Once you are finished, click the OK button and your text will be linked.