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    Since several updates I again made some changes on my websites for the first time. What I recognised is that building a link within a text does give me the opportunity to define a link-text but this link text doesn’t show up hovering over the link afterwards. The only way I get that link text again is to manually write it into the html code (text=”blablabla”). Do you have any idea, what is the reason for this phenomenon?
    Thanx for your help, Harald


    Hi HighschoolAustralia!

    Thank you for using Enfold.

    Please give us a link to the page with the issue. A screenshot will help. If you want to put a description or title to a text link, use the title attribute, not alt? Alt attribute is use for images.

    Best regards,


    Hi Ismael,
    You’re of course right, it’s the title attribute!
    I give you an example. Actually the problem exists on several websites with different domains, but all based on Enfold.

    Look at the Website http://www.high-school-australia.com/schools/elwood-college/ Now for example I try to set a link from the phrase ‘Elwood College’ to the website of the College. The link text should be “Elwood College”, so I write this phrase into the form area “Link Text”. I add the Link, and now the link in the text SHOULD show the phrase ‘Elwood College’ by hovering the mouse over the link. But it does not.
    And it cannot, because if you go into the edit function of the text block you see what is written there:

    Set in a charming beachside suburb Elwood College is just 15 minutes from Melbourne.

    What SHOULD be written is:

    Set in a charming beachside suburb Elwood College is just 15 minutes from Melbourne.

    Missing is the part: title=“Elwood College“

    So again, if you have any idea, what could be the reason for that, it would be a graet help to know.



    not sure how you have done things so far. Admin access to have a look would help I think.
    Have in mind, that you can use html when editing your text block. Just include your title element inside your html code.

    You can use something like this:

    <img src="www.domain.de/folder/bild.jpg"
       width="100" height="150"
         alt="I am an image."
       title="I am an image. [e.g. copyright of the author]" />


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