Sometimes there's a link in the template that goes to the wrong page when you click it. If you have a link like that, and would like to make it point to a different page, then read on!
A link in a web page is held in an anchor tag. The solution is to find the anchor tag that has the unwanted URL, and change it to have the good URL. For this process, the unwanted URL is "http://www.bogus.site" and the correct one is "http://www.good.site". Here are some steps that you can use:
- Edit the template that has the invalid link.
- You should see HTML -- something like this:
- If you do not see HTML, then make a copy of your template and make the changes that follow to the copy..
- Use the browser search tool to look for the invalid URL. You should see something like this:
- Highlight the URL in the "href" parameter.
- Replace the highlighted text with the good URL.
- Save the template.
If you copied your template in step 3 then...
- Did you copy the default template? If so, then click here to learn how to reassign the default template.
- Are there pages assigned to the original template? If so, then click here to learn how to assign a template to a page.
If you have any questions, please collection this information:
chapter_KEYif you are in a chapter
template_KEYof the modified template
- The unwanted URL
- The good URL
Send this information to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll be glad to help.