Last post Apr 03, 2005 04:39 AM by anthony.glenwright
Apr 01, 2005 02:01 AM|anjumsan|LINK
In admin mode I created a new page called MyContacts and from the Home page I want to link directly to that page
So in the HTML edit control I want to select some text and make it a link but of course the page Contacts does not actually exist in the file system. So how do I create a link to MyContacts. I do not want to put MyContacts in the main menu.
Apr 01, 2005 02:55 AM|wessamzeidan|LINK
from the admin, navigate to your new page, copy the url from the address bar, and use it to link to the page..
Apr 02, 2005 08:57 PM|anjumsan|LINK
Thanks for your response,
But I should have said "other than by copying the URL string of the page I want to link to". the reason for this is that I often want to make changes to a development version of the site and then deploy these changes to the production version of the site.
So the URL string is no good to me.
Is there no way to specify some sort of relative link to the "page".
when adding an image via the image gallery control the when the page is rendered the image source get changed from something like
this is happening behind the scenes which means that the content can be ported from one portal to another.
If I link to a "hard" URL then moving from portal to portal will not work and moving from a development site to production site will not work either
Apr 03, 2005 04:39 AM|anthony.glenwright|LINK
You shouldn't have any problems specifying a relative path, so if the URL from your browser was: