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    multiple hyperlinks in Calendar

    When I create calendar events, the hyperlink button in the text box is greyed out. I am pretty sure that I cannot add them or in fact add more than one hyper link using this website builder.

    To explain my needs, I need a separate link to each event in my calendar. I may run 30 events per week and the link needs to point to a specific page on an external booking site. Am i right in thinking (after reading all the help and contacting the help service) this is not possible?

    alternatively I thought I could customise my shop area, putting links into the pictures but I can only add the same hyperlink into all the pictures?

    Im in the trial but I can't be the only person that needs to link to booking site and not just their home page, I would lose lost of customers if they chose a different game or gave up when they had to then search through hundreds of possible games.

    Can anyone help? 

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    Super User II

    Hey there @Lucio 

     

    Unfortunately, I don't think the Website Builder is the proper tool for the job you're trying to get done. The GoDaddy Website Builder was designed to be a bare-bones, simplified experience.

    I would suggest looking into WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc., as those CMS platforms allow for greater adaptability and should allow you to do exactly what you're describing.



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    Hi @Lucio,

     

    Welcome to the Community!

    Yes, you can use the same domain you're using for the Website Builder if you want to try a WordPress website. You can create a subdomain (such as new.mydomain.com) and direct the A Record of the subdomain to the IP address on that other hosting plan. 

     

     

     

     

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    Super User II

    Hey there @Lucio 

     

    Unfortunately, I don't think the Website Builder is the proper tool for the job you're trying to get done. The GoDaddy Website Builder was designed to be a bare-bones, simplified experience.

    I would suggest looking into WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc., as those CMS platforms allow for greater adaptability and should allow you to do exactly what you're describing.



    I am a GoDaddy End User - Just Like You
    * Please note that I DO NOT answer private messages. Please ask your question in the proper forum so the answer can assist EVERYONE in the community and not just you. If you contact me via PM for help, I will give you a price quote for my personal services. Thanks! *

    Once your issue is resolved,
    please be sure to come back and click accept for the solution

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    Thanks, I’m so new at this I wanted simple but I’ll have to try doing it myself as although my site looks cool ii can’t use it for my business effectively
    I don’l know if I can try Wordpress on godaddy without using the domain for the site i have live already?

    Hi @Lucio,

     

    Welcome to the Community!

    Yes, you can use the same domain you're using for the Website Builder if you want to try a WordPress website. You can create a subdomain (such as new.mydomain.com) and direct the A Record of the subdomain to the IP address on that other hosting plan. 

     

     

     

     

    TLH - GoDaddy | Community Moderator
    Supporting you at x.co/247support

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