How to insert an Image in Movable Type
In this article I'm going to teach you how to add an internal link in Movable Type, so that you can have one of your pages linking directly to another, without your visitors having to navigate there from the menu.
Before getting started following along with this guide, I'd recommend first ensuring that you already know how to create a new page in Movable Type so that you actually have an internal page to create a link to.
You should now understand how to add an internal link to one of your other pages in Movable Type. This will allow you to keep your pages interconnected with one another without having to rely on menus.
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Publishing Movable Type
|1.||Movable Type: Dynamic and Static Publishing|
Creating and Editing pages
|2.||How to create a new page in Movable Type|
|3.||How to edit a page in Movable Type|
Adding links, text, and images
|4.||How to insert an Image in Movable Type|
|5.||Adding an internal link in Movable Type|
|6.||Creating a Contact Page in Movable Type|
|7.||Adding an iFrame to a Movable Type Webpage|
Working with Assets
|8.||Managing Tags in Movable Type|
|9.||How to Add Tags to Assets in Movable Type|
2014-10-17 4:03 pm
Can you have a internal link from one blog entry to another entry?
Thank you in advance,
2014-10-17 4:14 pm
Yes, you you can link from any location to another.
2014-10-17 4:21 pm
Thanks for the question. If you have a URL for your blog entry, then you should be able to create a internal link. The Link URL is what is needed to create the internal link.
I hope that helps to answer your question.