Adding Static Hyperlinks

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You can add hyperlinks to any data field on your page whether it displays a text value or an image.  The hyperlink can be either static or dynamic depending on how you choose to build the link.

 

To Add a Static Hyperlink to a Page Item:

 

1. Click on the Item Editor button on the toolbar btn_item_editor_010

 

2. Click on the relevant row of the Hyperlink column

 

3. Click the ellipse button btn_ellipse_005 The Page Item Properties dialog will appear

 

4. In the Hyperlink section,  Select the "Goto page" radio button

 

5. You must then choose whether you want to link to:btn_sample_link_001

 

 i) A page within this project

 

  If so, you must choose the group and the page within that group that you would like to link to

  edt_hyperlink_002

 

 ii) An page outside of this project

 

  If so, you must fill in the URL of the page you would like to link to

  edt_hyperlink_003

 

6. In the page designer, you will see the link has been added to each record.

 

dlg_sample_link_001

 

7. Click OK

 

  - OR -

 

1. Right Click on the Page Item

 

2. Select Properties from its popup menu. The Page Item Properties dialog box appears

 

3. In the Hyperlink section,  Select the "Goto webpage" radio button

 

4. You must then choose whether you want to link to:

 

 i) A page within this project

 

  If so, you must choose the group and the page within that group that you would like to link to

  edt_hyperlink_004

 

 ii) An page outside of this project

 

  If so, you must fill in the URL of the page you would like to link to

  edt_hyperlink_005

 

5. In the page designer, you will see the link has been added to each record.

 

dlg_sample_link_002

 

6. Click OK

 

 

In addition, you can select the Target Field, which describes where the result link will be displayed

 

_blank   - displays in a new page (triggers a new browser instance)

_parent - the owner of the current frame

_self    - current page [default]

_top      - loads into the topmost frame i.e. it fills the whole browser window ('overwrites' all frames)