HOW TO: Remove Link From Page

To Remove a Link from a Given Page

  1. Navigate to given page.
  2. Click “Edit” button (at top or bottom of page)
  3. Locate desired link text in the page.
  4. Highlight that text.
  5. In the Editor Controls (at top of page), select the Remove Link (Unlink) button.
  6. The link is removed and the text returns to a normal (unlinked) appearance.
  7. Click “Save” button to save the page.
  8. The modified page now exists with the removed link.

1. Navigate to given page

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2. Click “Edit” button (at top or bottom of page)

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3. Locate desired link text in the page

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4. Highlight that text

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5. In the Editor Controls (at top of page), select the Remove Link (Unlink) button

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6. The link is removed and the text returns to a normal (unlinked) appearance

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7. Click “Save” button to save the page

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8. The modified page now exists with the removed link

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