Look at These Pictures of Yummy Food
There is no reason for this choice. I just needed to try out this component.
For this particular component, the tag will cause a relative link to break: as you can see, but once you put an absolute link, it will work. I did, however, notice that there is a cache issue. For this other property:
The links will work if your cache is cleared, but the moment you click on the link in the Property Intro copy and reopen the page in the same browser, the link will no longer work.
This is actually an HTML component
I just wanted to test this out because we've used this component several times in the past. So let me just try it now:
Quick Summary. Easy.
Below, however, you will find the Horizontal Links component:
This is the Left Side 1
This is a text editor so I assume it will work as expected:
Hotel Property Cards
This Will Be the Card that Works
This card serves as a baseline of which elements can be linked, because this component has so many fields.
This link will work because it has no ICIDs attached to it.
Using Relative Links
The image above and the text below are linked with tags, however as you will observe, the picture above is not linking. The tag broke the link.
This is actually a text editor, where linking is disabled. Instead, this text is linked using a separate field in the component. The link is tagged, therefore it doesn't work.
Using Absolute Links
The image above and the text below are linked with tags, however if you click on the image above, it will take you to a 404 page. The tag broke the link.
This link is tagged. If you click on it, it will take you to a 404 page.
PhotoWeb virtual tour of the Super 8 Emporia