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Ryan Logan

Mailto: & Click-To-Call Links via iBox Icon/Image

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Ryan Logan

Hello all.  I'm able to successfully link a website URL or Anchor, via the iBox Icon/Image.  When I try to pass a Mailto: or Click-To-Call link, I have the issue shown here.

 

The Mailto: and Click-To-Call URLs work just fine when using them within the iBox text or iBox title, but not the iBox Link (Optional:).

 

Syntax Used:

 

Website:  l2realestateservices.com/contact

 

Thank you,

Ryan

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Danny

Hi,

 

The iBox URL field is a URL field, this means you can not add HTML, as it isn't supported. If you want to include a mailto or anything via HTML, you will need to either customize the section via a child section or use MediaBox instead of an iBox and use HTML.


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