That looks very viable… It is nice that the URL can be added at the Citation level too. (This is useful for a source… like a roll of micro film… where only a single page is of interest.)
However, the Link Editor is currently very awkward. Can we leverage the under-explained “Link” Note type ?
(I have not yet found any developer discussions where all the standard Note types were chosen & enumerated. So the wiki documentation only has “specialty purpose” documentation for the broadly implemented “To Do” type & your use of the “Html code” type.)
It is unclear how a “Link” note was expected to be structured. Perhaps it should be just the URL as a single line & single word? Example, in the form:
Or maybe it would be better to use an “Html code” type note? Since that might allow targeting to minimize spawning Windows.) Example, in the form:
<br />•<a href="http://connectionnewspapers.com/news/2015/nov/10/great-falls-churches-1850s-through-1940s/" target="GrampsSource">Great Falls church article</a><br />