5.3. Creating Hyperlinks and Bookmarks
One of the most common operations that you perform on a Web page is to create hyperlinks to content. Hyperlinks provide navigation for Web sites and link content placed at different locations inside a Web site. The basic attributes of a hyperlink include display text and a URL that the hyperlink points to. When you click hyperlinked display text, the Web browser directs you to the URL connected to that hyperlink. You can create hyperlinks to almost any type of content, including pictures, Web pages, documents, executables (.exe, .dll, etc.), and bookmarks.
You create hyperlinks in SharePoint Designer by using the Insert Hyperlink dialog box, as shown in Figure 5.15. You access this dialog box by choosing Insert Hyperlink or pressing Ctrl+K. This dialog box is also used for editing hyperlinks (although the name changes to Edit Hyperlink).
The Insert Hyperlink dialog box allows you to create hyperlinks by using these panes:
Existing File or Web Page: The default pane allows you to choose a file from the Current Folder, Browsed Pages, or the Recent Files list. The files or Web pages that are currently open in SharePoint Designer show up with (open) at the end of the filename. You can use the Look in dropdown menu to locate the content you want to create a hyperlink for.
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