Click Here to view a video of the process designed to accompany the steps listed below:

From Content Management:

  1. Hover over the table cell of the desired Content Type and click the New Content icon to the right.
  2. Click the Dynamic Tags section to drop it down.
  3. Select the desired Data Set and Item.
  4. Clickthe Insert at Cursor button.
  5. Click the HTML link at the top of the Text Editor.
  6. Find the Value for the Dynamic Tag (ex. <p><span id="CONNECT" value="_1" class="DYNAMICTAG">«Community Team(s)»</span></p>).
  7. Remove the existing Dynamic Tag from the HTML field, and replace it with only the "Value" surrounded by square brackets (ex. [_1]).
  8. Place the new shortened Dynamic Tag within your desired HTML link (insert the [_1] into the HTML link wherever required).
  9. Click the Update button at the bottom of the HTML page when satisfied.

You have successfully added a Dynamic Tag to a link within Content.

Requirements

  • Manage Content at appropriate level (Community or Project)
  • Existing Content Type with Community or Project

Notes

  • An example to see this work would be to copy <a href="http://www.google.com?q=[_1]">Google Tag</a> into the HTML page of any Content Body. Traditional Dynamic Tags in our system would simply not be capable of being included in a link such as this.
  • This same method can be used to convert a dynamic tag and include it within a link in Project Releases (same structure as Content).
  • The Value can vary from Dynamic Tag to Dynamic Tag, and most will consist of a GUID, underscore, and an integer (ex. "CDCB5954D7204576A3903F9B40BCE23B_123"). Be sure to retain the exact Value.
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