Off topic: How can I link two pages inside a website with Dreamweaver MX?
Thread poster: Argentine Translator
I have a website with several pages. I realize that the link between two pages is missing. That means that when I click in a tab to go to a certain page there appears a 404 error.
I am using Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. How can I create a link between these pages? Thanks and best regards, AT
| Quite simple || Oct 21, 2009 |
In the Designers view, highlight the element that will trigger the link, then go to the Link box on the Properties tab and click and drag on the small circle to the right of the box. A line will be drawn from the cicle to the point where your mouse is. Drop it on the HTML document you want to link to on the File Manager tab.
Otherwise, you can just type the URL of the page to be linked in the Link box and press Enter.
Hope it helps.
[Editado a las 2009-10-21 19:22 GMT]
| Thank you, Mauricio || Oct 21, 2009 |
In fact, I paid a Graphical Designer to do this job for me. I will keep your instructions for the future.
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