You can create a bulleted list of links at the bottom of an article that your users can click for additional information. You can link to articles, photos, audio files, etc.

 

  1. Point to Site and click Article Manager.
  2. Click the article to which you want to add the list.
  3. Under Actions, click View/Edit Properties.
  4. Click the Links tab.
  5. Click .
  6. Select the appropriate tab.
  7. Choose an article, media item, etc. to link to.
  8. Enter the Link Text. Complete the other fields if necessary, using the descriptions that follow for reference.
  9. Click Submit.
  1. Point to Site and click Article Manager.
  2. Click the article containing the list.
  3. Under Actions, click View/Edit Properties.
  4. Click the Links tab.
  5. Click the link you want to move.
  6. Click or to move the link up or down in the list.
  7. If you are a site administrator or network administrator, click Save & Approve. Otherwise, click Save. If the Approve tab displays, approve the article for the roles that you are assigned.
  1. Point to Site and click Article Manager.
  2. Click the article containing the list.
  3. Under Actions, click View/Edit Properties.
  4. Click the Links tab.
  5. Click the link you want to change.
  6. Click .
  7. Choose a new link destination or change the text/description.
  8. Click Submit.
  1. Point to Site and click Article Manager.
  2. Click the article containing the list.
  3. Under Actions, click View/Edit Properties.
  4. Click the Links tab.
  5. Click the link you want to delete.
  6. Click and confirm.
  7. Click Save.


Link Text
Required. Enter the text users click on to open the link.

Link Description
Optional. This text displays when a cursor hovers over the link.

Link Target
This selection determines how the link will open. Frames are rarely used anymore, so most people only ever need New Window and Same Window.

  • New Window (_blank). Opens the link in a new browser window.
  • Same Window (_self). Opens the link in the same browser window, replacing the page currently being viewed.
  • Topmost Window (_top). For pages that use frames, this opens the link within the inner frame.
  • Parent Window (_parent). For pages that use frames, this opens the link using the entire window, not within a frame.