Many widgets—from buttons to text—can be turned into various types of links. In addition to a URL, you can link to a Leadbox, a Calendly popup, another Leadpage, or even another section on your page.
Access link options
Here’s how you can add a link to widgets that support links:
- Click the widget to bring up its settings. For headlines or text, highlight the text you’d like to create a link out of or the pencil icon to select all of the text in that widget.
- Select the link icon.
- Choose your click event: Open a Leadbox, Open a Calendly popup, Go to an external URL, Go to a Leadpage, or Jump to a page section.
- Input or select the destination for your link. Adjust any options as needed, then click Save.
If you're using a button widget, it's even faster to link click events to it.
Hover over your button, then click Add Click Event or Edit Click Event.
Link to a Leadbox
One of the most common click events is Open a Leadbox, giving you the ability to create a popup form to entice visitors to opt in to your page.
Click here for more information about creating an on-page Leadbox.
Link to a Calendly popup
In addition to the Calendly embed widget, a Calendly popup is available as a link option. Much like a Leadbox, the Calendly popup will overlay the page when opened.
Just like the Calendly embed widget, there's no embed code necessary when looking to add a Calendly popup. Just the URL to your Calendly will do!
Link to an external URL
Link to another section on the page
By using the link option Jump to a page section, you can quickly navigate visitors to a specific section further down on the page.
Make it easy on yourself by labeling your sections in the Page Layout tab on the left-hand side of the builder. Then, select Jump to page section as your click event and choose your page section.
To get rid of a link (or change the link type), navigate to the link icon, then click Remove. For a button widget, simply hover over the button and select Edit Click Event, then Remove.
You can add links to any of the following widgets:
Phone number and email links
Instead of an external URL, you can also link to text that triggers a phone call or an email. We don’t typically recommend hard-coding links like this for a few reasons:
- Most mobile operating systems automatically detect and turn phone numbers and emails into links, so it’s not necessary to explicitly create links out of them.
- Users who click a phone number link on a desktop or tablet won’t be able to make a call unless they have third-party calling software installed.
- Email links always open to the default email client (such as Outlook, Apple Mail, etc.). Visitors who only use web-based email (such as the Gmail interface) won’t be able to effectively use your link.
That said, you can hard-code a phone number or email link. Here’s how:
You can do the same thing with an email address using
mailto: like so:
Frequently asked questions
Can I put HTML in a link?
No, only valid URLs can be used in links. Instead, consider using an HTML widget if you need to paste in HTML code.
(Updated September 5, 2018)
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