Inserting an internal link in Mambo
When you link to pages in your Mambo site, you will need to use the Mambo WYSIWYG editor to prevent your links from breaking. This is because when you make links to your own pages in Mambo, you may update the page you linked to. If you update the page and not the link, the link will break. This article will walk you through the steps in creating an Internal Link in Mambo.
Creating an internal link
- Log into you Mambo Dashboard.
- Edit the page you want to create an external link in.
Select the text you want to make a link out of. Click the Insert/Edit link button in the WYSIWYG editor.
- Select the page you want to link to on your site from the Link List.
- The url you selected to the page in your site will display on the Link URL box.
- Click Apply towards the top right of the Dashboard.
- Preview the page. You should see the text as a link now
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2015-07-26 4:56 pm
I wish to insert two internal links into a page, but I get into a vicious circle. As soon as I insert the second link the first one is broken. Then I re-instal the first and the second is broken. How can I solve this?
2015-07-27 2:43 pm
I am not grasping your concept here. I know you say you want to insert two internal links, but one breaks the other. They should be independent of one another. What specifically are you trying to work out? How are they set up? What are the links pointing to? You don't have to give exact domain names, but please be as specific as possible so we can try to understand.