Extension installer files come in 2 formats: MXP and ZXP. MXPs are supported by Extension Manager versions MX, MX2004, 8, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS5.5 and CS6. ZXP is supported by versions CS5.5 and higher. To install this product, open your Adobe Extension Manager, click the Install icon or link, and then browse to where you unzipped the installer file.
As of CC 2015, Adobe has ceased to support its own Extension Manager. Use the PVII Extension Manager for Adobe Creative Cloud:
The PVII Links Toolkit is a productivity tool that enables you to manage all aspects of the hyperlinks on your page— from creating them, to linking them, to styling them, in an intuitive user interface, with absolutely no coding required. Choose foreground and background colors for any or all states (link, visited, & hover), as well as underlining, radius, glassy effect, and animation. Also set link path, target, and title—features that make the Link Builder UI a one-stop destination for managing all of your links.
Installing the Links Toolkit creates a new category on your Insert Bar/Panel called HTML Toolkits (the last category in the screen captures below):
The HTML Toolkit tab's first icon opens the CSS Link Builder UI. The second icon opens the CSS List Builder UI.
Alternatively, you can use the traditional Insert Menu. Choose:
Insert > PVII HTML Toolkits > CSS Link Builder
The interface will open...
There are 2 modes: Insert Link and Modify Existing Link
Note: When inserting a new link, you can either select an existing link, a string of text, or simply place your cursor where you want the link to go. The UI will assess your actions and set the Link Text to your selected text or to a default placeholder called Link Text.
There 3 possible link types—
Choose this option if you just want to use the Link Builder UI to set and manage the HREF, title, and target attributes of your link. The styling will be based on your own page CSS.
Use this option if you also want to set styling attributes for your link.
Use this option if you would like to configure your link to look like a button.
Note: If you set a link to Styled Text Link or Button Link, and later reset it to Default Text Link, any colors or other attributes set will be removed.
Enter or Edit the text for your link or button.
Enter or Browse to the page that you wish to load when your link is clicked or tapped.
Optionally enter a title for your link. Modern browsers will pop up your title in a tooltip. Typically, titles are used when the link text does not describe the link destination in sufficient detail.
The title attribute should be used for accessibility, rather than for SEO.
The target attribute allows you to set your link to open in a new window or tab. The best practice is to use your own name, such as my-window, rather than the archaic _blank. This will ensure that if you have multiple links with the my-window target, the browser will never open more than 1 additional window or tab.
The color & decoration options are straightforward and self-explanatory.
The first 2 rows (Text Color and Background Color) have 3 columns. The first column describes the default link state, the second column is for the hover state, and the third column is for the visited state.
Note: We do not provide an Active selector as that state is rarely actually needed for links in modern web pages.
Set Text Color for the default, Hover, and Visited states of your link.
Set Background Color for the default, Hover, and Visited states of your link.
Set bottom border attributes for the default and Hover states of your link. The Visited state will inherit the default state attributes.
The Border option enables you to wrap the entire link in a light or dark border. This option is only available for Button Links.
The Rounded option sets a subtle border-radius on your link. This option is only available for Button Links.
The Glassy option sets a glass effect on your link, making it appear wet or bevelled. This option is only available for Button Links.
Sets a subtle transition from default to hover states.
Advanced CSS Authors can set one or more custom classes on the link, enabling them to set attributes and behaviors beyond the available UI options.
Note: Do not enter a leading period in the User Class box. If you are entering multiple classes, separate each one with a space. Do not use the characters p7 or tkl in your user class names.
There are two command button configurations:
A three-button column will display:
A fourth button labeled Remove will be appear:
Commit the options you have set in your UI session to the page and close the UI.
Removes the entire link, text included. If this was the only Link Builder managed link on your page, the Link Builder CSS file link will also be removed. A warning will pop up explaining what will be removed. Read it carefully before you commit to the Remove action.
Discard the options you have set in your UI session and close the UI. Nothing on the page will be changed.
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Note: Requires a live Internet connection.
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