May 9th, 2017 update test with new tag:
Testing this with the school Gadsden State Community College.
The first is the Embedded College Widget, which seems to work fine. Underneath it is supposed to be a clickable link (using the words “Gadsden State Community College”) that is supposed to be in the same font and colors as all of my clickable website links, which are currently red and underlined.
As you can see, the first embedded widget works fine. The second, the text lightbox widget, does technically work when clicked. But, the problem is that:
1) When you hover your mouse/cursor over it, it doesn’t appear that it’s a clickable link (even though it surprisingly is). The lightbox does work once it’s clicked, but the problem is that it just doesn’t LOOK like a clickable link, so I fear no one would ever click on it.
2) The text/lightbox hyperlink seems to be in black–it’s not in the same color and style as all my other site links, and therefore it doesn’t look like a link.
3) You’ll notice a SECOND ATTEMPT with the text lightbox widget. Here, I copied the exact same widget code–the only difference was I manually altered the text color and add a underline to try and emphasize it’s a link. I think that works better–the only problem again is that if you are on a computer and hover over the link, there’s no indication with your cursor that it is a link. Please attempt this on your end and tell me if you are getting the same results.
4) Lastly, I just decided to try a different color for the third attempt. All results are the same, of course. Please note that I don’t mind manually changing the color of the links if I have to, but if readers won’t understand it’s a link because the cursor doesn’t change into the clickable hand image when it hovers over a hyperlink, that seems to be a problem.