URLs and links
to other pages

Public domains
If you've just created a page with the Tilda website builder and are in the process of editing it, you will see a non-public address for the editor page in the address bar. It means that only you can see it. Also, you cannot send this address to another person or link to it in the Menu, for example.
Publish the page if you'd like to receive a public link to the website that could be used inside a button, in a menu or published on Facebook.
If you did not connect your own domain or assign the site address to a Tilda subdomain when you published your website, you will receive a link similar to this: http://project243352.tilda.ws/page931264.html. It will work, and you can publish it on Facebook. It does not look very attractive, however.
You can assign an attractive, free website address to a Tilda subdomain in Settings. The result will look like this: http://mylovelysite.tilda.ws
Use Settings to assign your own domain. Here's an example of how to do it: http://mysite.com
A page URL can be assigned in page settings. Page settings > General.
Linking to other pages on your website
For example, you need your site visitor, who clicks on a button, to be taken to another page within your website.

Add the block with a button, open the Content menu and insert the new page address in the 'Button link' window.
Use a full (absolute) page URL:
http://mysite.com/page-about
or just a page URL:
/page-about

Publish the page to check if the link works correctly.
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