1: A new page
Select a site to work with from the sidebar (clicking on one of its pages works just as well) and create a new page by going to File>New Page.
2: A blank theme
You’ll be asked to choose a theme. Since we don’t want to waste time rendering images that will never be seen, make sure you choose White>Blank.
3: No navigation
You needn’t display the navigation menu, so reveal Inspector (View>Show Inspector), select the Page tab, ensuring ‘Display Navigation Menu’ isn’t ticked.
4: The Widgets tab
If the Media tab isn’t visible, go to View>Show Media. Next, click on the Widgets tab (top right) to have access to a few handy coding shortcuts.
5: Adding a Snippet
You’ll be needing the last one: HTML Snippet. Drop it anywhere on your page. A floating window will appear, ready for you to type in some code.
6: Manual coding
7: The Link Inspector
You don’t need to publish your page in order to see the results of this code; with the Inspector window still open, select the Link tab.
8: Activate Hyperlinks
Bottom of that window is a tick box deselected by default: ‘Make hyperlinks active’. Click on it to activate it. Any link you click on will now work.
9: Trying it out
Select another of your site’s pages then click on the link you created in the navigation menu. Your browser will launch and send you to this address.
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