Linking documents using the site map

Linking documents using the site map

You can create links using the site map. The links you create are placed at the bottom of the selected HTML files, allowing you to quickly create links across a site.

To link documents using the site map and the Point-to-File icon:

  1. Expand the Files panel, and then display both the Site Files and the Site Map views by holding down the site map icon and selecting Map and Files.
  2. Select an HTML file in the site map.

    The Point-to-File icon appears next to the file.

  3. Drag the Point-to-File icon and point to another file in the site map or to a local file in the Site Files view.
  4. Release the mouse button.

    A hypertext link with the name of the linked file is placed at the bottom of the selected HTML file. This method works well when you are building your site and you want to create links across the site quickly.

To link documents in the site map, do one of the following:

  • Drag a page from the Windows Explorer or the Macintosh Finder onto a page in the site map.
  • Select an HTML page in the site map, and then select Site > Link to Existing File (Windows) or Site > Site Map View > Link to Existing File (Macintosh), or select Link to Existing File from the context menu.
  • Select an HTML page in the site map, and then select Site > Link to New File (Windows) or Site > Site Map View > Link to New File (Macintosh), or select Link to New File from the context menu.

Related topics

  • Setting the relative path of new links


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