How do I add links in the body of my web page?
You don't always have to use the Navigation Sidebar area to add links to your web page. Sometimes it's more appropriate to have the links appear within the page itself. To do that, just type the text you want to link, for example, Texas Education Agency. Now highlight the text like this: Click the "Make Link" button on the toolbar:
And enter the web address of the site you'd like to link to:
When you view your page online and click the linked text, a new web browser window will open and display the page you linked to.
If you want to add a link within your page to another page in your site, the "Target URL" will be the exact name of the page. For example, if the page you want to link to is called "lesson plan", your Format Link box will look like this:
For this kind of link to work, the page called "lesson plan" must be in the same directory as the page you are linking from. For example, if you want to link from your "home page" to your "lesson plan" page, both pages will need to appear in your RWD web folder together, like this:
How do I add links that go from one place on a page to another place on the same page?
To create a link that goes from one part of a page to another, you must first put in your text or pictures, then insert a marker where you want the link to "land" or go. Put your cursor at the landing spot, then click Insert>Marker on your
Type a name for your marker that will remind you what you are linking to, then click OK:
Now find the spot in your page where you want to create the link. [Link]Highlight the text you want to link, then click the Make Link button on the toolbar.
Now select the Marker that you want to link to and click OK:
When you view your page online, you'll see that when you click your new link, the browser will move the page to the marker location.