from the old wiki for now
When you click on the 'Manage Links' button, you are brought to a page with a list of categories on it. Select the hammer icon beside the category that the link you wish to edit is in. When you do this, a list of all the links in that category are shown here. You can select the order of links by using the drop down menus, or you can use the up and down arrow buttons if you are only moving a few links.
Clicking the hammer icon beside each link allows you to edit the link. This brings up a page similar to the page shown when creating a link with the difference being the link details are filled in. You can edit any of these details and update the link.
Selecting the red cross beside a link will delete it, but to be sure, e107 will give you a prompt before doing so.
Creating a link is very simple. Firstly, you must choose the category the link will be in. A dropdown box will be shown, where you can choose from all the categories that you have already created.
The Name of the link is what is shown to the user. This is helpful to keep the link looking tidy, to stop URL'S being shown which some users find untidy looking.
The Url is where the link will send the user when it is clicked.
The Description is useful to give the user some information about the target page. This can be especially useful to tell users if the link is nsfw (not suitable for work).
As with categories, the icon can be either uploaded or selected.
Uploading an Icon
Uploading is when you upload an image from your hard drive to the web server. To upload, click the 'browse' button. Select the image file that you wish to upload and click ok. You can change the thumbnail size from 50px but it is best to leave this as it is. Click upload to upload the image.
Selecting an already uploaded Icon
Click 'view images' and simply click on the image you want. e107 fills in the textbox automatically.
Open Type is the way the window will open, either in a new window, same window or a mini window. A new window is useful as it doesn't take users away from your site, however some users may find it irritating for new windows to open.
Finally, visibility is to select who can see the link. You can choose to have admin only, anyone, members or a specific user class.