So Zoho Sites easily supports creating a tel: link, to let users click a phone number and automatically open their default dialer, but is it possible to create an sms: link to open their default texting app? Something like this:
<a href="sms:+14246724146&body= I%27d%20like%20to%20set%20up%20an%20appointment%20for...">Book an appointment!</a>
in the "Web URL" option, but it just says "Invalid URL."
Alternatively, is there a way to manually edit the html for a Zoho Sites element? I'm trying to do this on the "button with icon" page element. Could I set the button to some other link and then edit the html to actually use the sms: link?
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