The Link Source property gives you the option to choose whether the URL source should be static or dynamic.
- Select a block.
- Click the Link icon in the Primary tab to open the link Panel.
- Select URL as the Link Type.
- Choose Source in the dropdown (Static or Dynamic).
A static source will rely on a static URL provided by the user. It will not update automatically depending on the source, and relies on manual changes.
- Add URL in the Source window.
A dynamic source allows you to specify an image source that might change depending on the different parameters available at the time. It will update automatically. It relies on WordPress dynamic features as well as ACF Pro.
- Navigate to the Primary tab and click the Link icon to open the Link panel.
- Find Source and select Dynamic in the dropdown.
- This will open a Data dropdown.
- Select the required data option.
When selected, Prev. post and Next post will give you additional options.
Allows you to define whether to include posts with the same taxonomy terms or not.
- Navigate to the Link panel (Primary tab, Link icon).
- Select Prev. or Next post.
- Toggle on/off
When toggled on, the Same Taxonomy Term attribute opens a Taxonomy dropdown where you can select between Categories, Tags or Navigation Menus.
This helps you to refine your link so that you can choose which type of taxonomy to include.
The Terms attribute allows you to target specific posts for your link available in the dropdown.
When the Login or Log out attributes are selected, the Redirect property allows you to choose where you wish to be linked to, for instance Current Page, Home URL, Site URL, or a Specific URL.
The Specific property allows you to add a specific URL for your Link.
The Shortcode property allows you to add shortcodes.
The ACF Group attribute allows you to specify an ACF Group for your Link.
The New tab property allows you to define whether or not the Link is opened in a new tab.
- To enable the New tab property, toggle New Tab on.
- Select a block.
- Click the Link icon in the Primary tab to open the Link modal.
- Make sure that Active is enabled.
- Find "New Tab" and toggle on.
The Link rel. property defines the relationship between the current document and the linked document.
This helps search engines determine how to index or display the page according to the information given by the link relationship attribute.
The link relationship attribute can be the author or the help value (link to a help document). For a more detailed description, please visit:
The Title property allows you to add a link title attribute to your Link.
This will give you more information about the link, for instance when you hover or for screen readers.
The Title attribute should be reserved for your users and not for search engine optimisation.
Try to use a link title so that something new pops up for users.
Don't use too many keywords or duplicate topic title¡
You can also make your Title dynamic by adding a Dynamic Inserter.