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(Due Date: March 5)
We have a great looking site. In saying that, we have multiple webpages that actually constitute a site. Though, getting around this site might prove difficult. Because, none of the pages actually go anywhere. In order for them to bounce back and for the between each other, they need some serious navigation. In order to accomplish that, we need “linkis” and “hyperlinks”.
- Open your template file
- Select the “Home” button
- On the properties box, choose “index.html” in the “link” box by clicking on the folder and navigating to it
This is just one way to link a file
There are actually two other methods. If you thought this was easy, check out the next method
Make sure your “File” panel is open
- Click on your “About Me” button
- Click on this target button and drag it to the “about_me.html” file in the File panel
Too easy! Finish making your links between your other buttons and the remaining pages.
When you are done, Save the file.
A window will pop like this:
This is exactly what we wanted to see. Dreamweaver is asking us if we want to update all the pages that use this template. Because we want the navigation to be consistent between pages, we definitely want to “Update” these pages. Again, if we make a change to this one template page, whatever that change is, it will change things for all pages.
Click “Close” on the next window. It’s just asking if we’re done doing what we’re doing. Which, we are.
Testing out the Site
- Open your “index.html” page (the home page)
- Click on File
- Click on Preview in Browser
- Select Internet Explorer
Internet Explorer throws up some random warning, just click “Okay”
Everything is perfect!
We have internal navigation but no external links (hyperlinks)
We need to add some of those in.
- Open your favorite_sites.html file
- Highlight a site name (example: on my page, I have a link for Adobe.com)
- On the Properties panel, click on “Link” and type in the web address: (example: http://www.adobe.com) *make sure to add the “http://www” portion, as this instructs webpages to look for external links instead of internal ones.
- Do the same for the remaining links
This will create an email link which will open your mail client instead of a web browser.