In Page Navigation

You can navigate to pages in Reactor by tapping a menu item but sometimes you want to link to a page in the app from the page content.

This is easily accomplished by adding an attribute to a link. The applink attribute value must match the menu item title in the Reactor admin. If no match is made the link will default to the home page of the app.

<a href="#" applink="Page Name">link text</a>

The above code is a simple link but you can build a full menu navigation. We've added some styles to Reactor to make creating this type of menu easy. You can always add your own CSS. Add a new page in the admin and choose the Text page type. Then enter your menu HTML. Links in post and page content on your site that have the applink attribute will work the same as if created in Reactor builder. You can add icons using ionicons.

Example of two column menu grid:

<div class="row">
	<a href="#" class="col icon-menu" applink="Page Name"><i class="icon ion-calendar"></i> link text</a>
	<a href="#" class="col icon-menu" applink="Page Name"><i class="icon ion-map"></i> link text</a>
</div>
<div class="row">
	<a href="#" class="col icon-menu" applink="Page Name"><i class="icon ion-calendar"></i> link text</a>
	<a href="#" class="col icon-menu" applink="Page Name"><i class="icon ion-map"></i> link text</a>
</div>

*Any links that do not have the applink attribute automatically get sent to the in app browser.