« on: July 15, 2021, 02:27:08 PM »
Can you post this in english by any chance? I have no clue what options you are choosing and I can't get it to work. Please.
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I gave it a quick test, and the second alternative solution does work.
What is important, is not to write the full url in the tag, but only the part that comes after 'http//'
You could e.g. use the tag 'origin' for this, and then use this as the formula for the weblink:Code
$IsNull(<Origin>,http://www.google.com/search?q=official website <Artist>,http://<Origin>)
I don't think that can be done at this moment.
As an alternative, you could setup a custom weblink like:
HomepageCodeFor Linkin Park it will lead directly to the website you mentioned, and for all other artists it will open a google page where the homepage of the artist is likely to be one of the top results. Could be a useful alternative option?
$If(<Artist>="Linkin Park",http://linkinpark.com,http://www.google.com/search?q=official website <Artist>)
A random thought on perhaps taking this further:
If you have more artists that you want to have a direct link for, I think you should be able to use a dedicated tag that you populate with the specific webpage you want to link to that artist.
Then you could change the formula above to have it navigate to such a specific website using the url information in that tag, or if the tag is empty/absent, do the google thingy.
You'll have to test if that will indeed work. www-url's can sometimes pose problems when used in tags and/or formulas.