FAQ Friday- How do I hyperlink text in my message?

To hyperlink text in your template, go to the online editor (where you normally create your emails), click on Content Editor > Text Options > Edit Text.  Then, in the text edit window, highlight the text you want to link (such as “click here”).  Once the text is highlighted, click the insert/edit link button in the toolbar (in the second row of buttons, about two thirds of the way over to the right — it looks like a chain link).  Type or copy the URL you want to link to, select URL from the link type dropdown and http:// (or whichever protocol you need) from the protocol dropdown.  Click OK, and your link is created.

Step-by-step instructions on creating text hyperlinks can be seen by clicking here.

If you are new to Swiftpage, we highly recommend attending one of our training sessions available here.  Attending a Live Demo will give you a running start and answer many of the questions you have as you are getting familiar with Swiftpage.

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About chrisswiftpage

Chris Gordon joined the Swiftpage Team in November of 2009. Chris manages Channel Marketing and Sales for the company and has the privilege of working with hundreds of savvy business owners and partners worldwide. He and his wife live in San Diego where they enjoy spending as much time as possible outside, surfing and exploring the coastline. Chris can be reached at cgordon@swiftpage.com. For more information about becoming a reseller, visit: http://swiftpage.com/partnerprogram.htm.

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