This is often done, for example to provide instant "jumps" to subheadings in a long text document.
1. Place the Text or image item(s) to link from (probably close to the top of the page) (This may be a short list of subheadings or icons)
2. Click on the first Text or image item you wish to jump to
3. Choose Link Dialog
4. Select "Internet" tab and "Script" radio box
5. In the Script box, type NAME= and give your link a unique name, enclosed in quote marks, for example:
6. Click OK
7. Click on the item you wish to jump from
8. Choose Link Dialog
9. Select "Document Navigation" tab and "Page" radio box
10. In the Page Title box, type the unique name you selected above. In this case, type exactly:
11. Click OK
12. Repeat the above process for other links on this page.
13. Build and Preview your page. Test your links.
Note: It is also possible to scroll page to the image item but Netscape has a problem executing this command in Standard HTML (only)
Linking to a specific location on another page is similar to the process described above. After naming the target you can create a link to it from another page by using the "Link to WWW site" option. In the "Address" box, you need to enter something similar to the following:
...where "mysite" is the package name of your site specified on the "Build Web Site" screen, "002" is the page number and "update" is the target to link to. Note that when you do this the links won't work in normal preview mode - to see them in action, do the following:
1) Go to the "Build" menu and select "Web Site (HTML)".
2) Check the "run now" box and un-check the "publish" box.
3) Click OK.