Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field

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Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field

Hi, Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field? I want to include a field at the end of my form for customers to agree to T&Cs but I want to be able to link them back to the T&Cs.

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Re: Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field

Hi Beth

I think I've got a solution for you.

Two individual pieces in the form. One is the form field which links back to opt in status. Make it a checkbox, set the label width to zero, the field width to 5, and remove the label text. You should now have a checkbox which is small and on the left hand side.

Now add a rich text piece. You can drag this up to be on the right of the checkbox, so it's in line. In a rich text piece, you can add HTML using the editor - including hyperlinks!

So to the consumer you will have the checkbox on the left and the T&C text, including the hyperlink, on the right. Of course, you can reverse this to have the checkbox on the right and text on the left too.

I hope that helps!

Phil

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Re: Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field

How do I add a rich text piece to a landing page?

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Re: Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field

Phillip is referring to adding a Rich Text block to the form.  When you click the + sign in Form Editor, you can add a field, a Rich Text block, or a Fieldset.

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Re: Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field

I moved your post to the Products and Support

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Re: Is there a way I can include a hyperlink in a form field

Yes,

With Marketo Forms 2.0, you can insert a rich text and then in one of the many options, you can click insert/edit link. You will then put in your URL and then rename what the viewer will see.

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