You can create links to external sites through the PHP-Nuke WYSIWYG editor in the admin dashboard. In the tutorials below, we are going to make a link that takes you to http://google.com when clicked.

Creating an external link

  1. Log into your PHP-Nuke Dashboard.
  2. Edit the page PHP-NukeEdit the page you want to insert a link into.
  3. Insert/edit link PHP-NukeHighlight the text you want to make into a link and click the Insert/edit link button in the WYSIWYG editor.
  4. Click Insert PHP-NukeType the url you want the link to go to. Click Insert.

    Preview of link PHP-NukeNow the text will work as a link that will take you to the url you put in the Insert/edit link box.

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