When you select a <a> tag element, the ‘Link’ button will appear for you to edit the link.
Linking to a View or Page
You can link it to a view, Kooboo will automatically detect the destination url and required parameters.
When rendering the url, If it is a view, Kooboo will check whether the view is an stand alone view or has been added to a page. When the view has been added to a page, it will render the page url, otherwise it will render the system object view url.
When you are linking to a view or page, the destination required parameter will be appended to the rendered url automatically. You do not need to pass the parameter.
For example, if you link to a page that contains a view, the view requires a parameter named "id". You can do it like below.
Your source: <a href='/pagename'>view link</a> output: <a href='/pagename?id=id_for_view_parameter'>view link</a>
Linking to an External URL
On the Link editing window, if you need to link to an external URL, select the External Link from the drop-down menu.
At the field below the ‘Link to’ field, type in the destination URL includes the https:// or http://.
To link to an internal object, you should use the relative path like: /folder/file.zip.