Peter Bui

Peter Bui

Thursday, 02 September 2010 10:30

Menu: Linking an Item to the Menu

In order to activate an Item into the Menu and front end of the website, a link between an Item and the Menu must be created.

Thursday, 02 September 2010 10:25

Creating a Menu Item

In order to create a Menu Item in Joomla! follow these steps

Thursday, 02 September 2010 10:17

What is a Menu Item?

In Joomla! a Menu provides the overall structure for the site, containing multiple Menu Items and Categories.

Thursday, 02 September 2010 10:10

Anchors and Linking Internally on a Page

An anchor is a point in your article or item that jumps to another point on the same page. For instance, you may have a long article with many sub-headings. Towards the top of your page, you might list your sub-headings and have them jump or 'link' to the relevant paragraph further down the page when clicked.

Anchors on a website are similar to a contents page in a book or magazine.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 17:13

Linking to an Email address

In some situations you may want to link an email address directly to the email itself. This will cause the browser to invoke the default mail program on the computer, such as Microsoft Outlook, and create a new blank email to the desired email address. Linking to an email address is quite easy to do in Joomla.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 17:02

Link to an image or document (PDF, MS Word etc)

Images and documents can be inserted into your joomla articles and items. It is very easy to upload them from your computer and store them on your website server.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 17:00

Link to a Menu Item

In most situations it is a good idea to link to the menu structure within the site. This is usually required as module positions are assigned to menu items and for them to appear, links to these menu items are required.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 16:56

Link to a page within the website

A link to a page within the website (hyperlink) may be inserted into an Item as follows:

1. Open the Item you wish to add a link to:

K2 > Items > selected Item

2. Locate and highlight the text or image you wish to use as the link

3. Select the Insert/edit link button on the JC Editor.

4. Select K2 Content to reveal Iist of Items.  Select the Item you wish to link to from the drop

down list.

 

5. The link has now been activated.  Select Update to insert the link.

 

* Clicking the Cancel button closes the screen without inserting a link.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 16:54

Linking to Docman documents

If your site is using DocMan to manage all of its documents then the easiest way to link to all of these documents is to use the advanced link manager within the editor to browse to these documents that are stored within the system and the website.

Wednesday, 01 September 2010 16:49

Link to an External website

From time to time, you may need to link to another part of your server, pr to another website entirely.

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