I'm very new to Nintex and first time posting here. I have created a few Nintex forms for data capturing purpose, and I need to add a button or a shape (to make it look like a button) with a link URL somewhere on the form. The link will take the users to the dashboard.
I managed to create a link using the 'label' but the client wasn't happy as currently my link is just in text. They want it to look like a button and have the link embedded in it.
How can I do this? Is there a way to embed a link to the button?
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Hi @ChrisT ,
I guess you're not using the classic form.
From a label control, use the following HTML code instead as an example to open a new tab from your browser to Google web site :
<input type="button" name="Click" value="Click" onclick="window.open('https://www.google.com','_blank');"/><br/><br/>
The style be be similar to the save button.
Let me know if it helps. ^^
Thank you so much, that worked! Guess I should start learning HTML 🙂
Just another question if I may ask - is there any way to change the aesthetics of the button - i.e. colour, font size, the size of button itself etc? Or do I have to insert an image instead of a button if I want to personalise it?
If you just want to change a single button - you can use inline CSS
<input style="background-color: orange; border: 1px; border-radius: 5px; color: #990000; padding: 5px; font-family: Arial; font-size: 30px;" type="button" name="Click" value="Click" onclick="window.open(https://www.google.com);"/>
I've given some example above for color, font type, font size.
hope that helps