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Link generator for buttons and other places

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One of the features that would be VERY useful to incorporate for ease of use by an end-user (non-developer) would be to allow for the browsing for links rather than knowing them.

Look at how JCE does this within its linking options within the JCE editor - which in fact even works from there within PageBuilder.

For example, create a button. In the link to part of the parameters, we have the option to select a media item, like an image or whatever, but not a menu item to link to. So - of course I'm familiar with using hidden menu items, but we don't even have the option to select from those - you still have to know the URL that they would go to. Easy enough for a developer like me, less so for an end user.

It would be much simpler for them to click a button next to the URL field and select the menu to which they want to link. If you have the option to link directly to a content item (like JCE does), even better.

Surely this would make the Page Builder even easier to use for our customers!

Thank you for your consideration (or explanation if I've missed something).

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Sifat - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Thanks for your valuable suggestion. I've added this to our feature requests and after proper R&D our developers will take care of this.

-Best Regards

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