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I have the following code and I'm looking for the best way to link to another entry page.

<a href="#" class="btn-quote">request a quote</a>

I tried something like this with no luck:

<a href="{{ entry.getLink('Get a Quote') }}" class="btn-quote">request a quote</a>

Here's the entry: http://grab.by/Ax6s

Thanks in advance for the help.

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First, you'll want to retrieve that entry specifically...

{% set entry = craft.entries.slug('get-a-quote').first %}

Once you've got the entry that you want to target, you can easily link to it like this:

<a href="{{ entry.url }}" class="btn-quote">request a quote</a>
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  • For some reason when I use the code above, it's not outputting the entry field below. I created another discussion regarding the issue. Here's a link. Maybe you can help me figure it out. Thanks! – frshjb373 Sep 23 '14 at 20:22
  • Just left an answer on that thread... Looks like you'll need a different variable name than "entry" (since "entry" is already taken). – Lindsey D Sep 23 '14 at 20:46
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As a shorthand, you could also use Reference Tags along with the parseRefs filter, like this:

<a href="{{ '{entry:123:url}' | parseRefs }}">Request a Quote</a>

(Similar question/answer posted here.)

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