The LinkList will display a small image next to a link title with a description. You can also add a short text overlay to the image.  You can also give the list a title or heading.


This widget can be used singularly, or use multiple LinkList widgets to create a list of links with images. It works best using the full width of a content area.


An image must always be used in the LinkList widget. If you omit the image, there will be an empty space where the image would be.




After dragging the widget onto the page, click the Edit button  in the upper-right corner of the widget.


You can now configure the following areas:


Heading (Optional)

In the text box under “Main Heading (H1),” enter the heading of your link list if you desire.


Link Title

The name of the link – “This is the Link Title” in the example.

 Although there are formatting options here, do not change any of the formatting.

The link title will always be displayed in the blue serif font.


Link Description

This is optional. You can add a brief description under the link title if you want.


Page Link

Select a page from your site using the “Select” button.


External Link URL

If you are linking to an external site, enter the URL here.


Image Text

This is optional and will add text on top of your image.

 Although there are formatting options here, do not change any of the formatting.


Link Image


·         Image to Right or Left of copy?

The image will always appear to the left of the link regardless of the option selected here. You can leave it unselected.

·         Font Color:

The font color will always default to white regardless of the option selected here. You can leave it unselected.


·         Image Source

Click the “Select image” button to choose the image used here.

Choose from your image library, or upload a new image.


When finished, click “Save.”

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