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How do I link within a page in CityDesk?

If i have 4 paragraphs in a page.

And I want to insert a link in paragraph 1 to paragraph 4.

In FrontPage, I would add a bookmark, "#para", in paragraph 4 and simply insert the link to that bookmark up above in paragraph 1.

How can I do this in CityDesk?

JMS
Thursday, August 21, 2003

You have to do it in HTML. Create some bookmarks in FrontPage and have a look at a bookmark in the HTML created by FrontPage.  Do it like that in the HTML of an article.

tk
Thursday, August 21, 2003

You need to go into html mode and put this

<A name="anchor-one">

in the front of the paragraph you want to jump to.  If you are not too comfortable with html make a variable and set it equal to the above (pick your own name in quotes.

Then use the link control and for the address put in "#anchor-one"

Joel Goldstick
Thursday, August 21, 2003

You do not have to do this in HTML mode. We actually have a video demo on how to do it in normal view using variables on our site at www.telepark.de (site and video in english).

Unfortunately our provider right now is fixing some problems of his own = no access for a couple of minutes, so you might want to try and access our site a little later...sorry.

Regards

Patrick

Patrick Thomas
Friday, August 22, 2003

Back online again. Forgot to mention: the online video is under citydesk - citydesk community - "video:...." at www.telepark.de

Patrick

Patrick Thomas
Friday, August 22, 2003

As an example, see our FAQ page on CityDesk Wizards:

http://www.telepark.de/2003/en/unterseiten/citydesk_wizards_faq.html

Regards

Patrick

PS: Its done with the "variable trick" described in the video.

Patrick Thomas
Tuesday, August 26, 2003

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