To create a link in SiteVision, select what you want to link, and then click the link icon. A list then drops down where you can choose between different link types.
You can also right-click on a text and select the “Insert link" option.
An internal page is a link to a page on your own website.
Use anchor is an option that only appears under internal link.
An external page is a link to another website.
Used to link to a file. The file can be browsed from the file archive in SiteVision or retrieved from your computer and added to the desired location in the file archive.
Used to link to a group file. A group file is a link that is on a group page, when you have enabled Social Collaboration. The file can be browsed to a view that shows the groups that you are a member of.
Used to link to an image. The image can be browsed from the image archive in SiteVision or retrieved from your computer and added to the desired location in the image archive.
Use to create a link to an e-mail address (a mailto:). The address is entered manually. When the visitor clicks the link, the user's e-mail program opens and the address is automatically filled in.
Used to highlight phone numbers in the code as phone links (tel:). It provides the option to directly dial the number, in the same way that e-mail links (mailto:) provides the option to send e-mail.
The phone number can contain only numbers and spaces. It may also start with a + sign (for the international prefix).
Used to create a link to a document in SharePoint. This requires that you have a license for SharePoint and have enabled link types on website settings.
Used to create a link to a file system outside of SiteVision. This requires that you have a VFS license and have enabled link types on website settings.
Here you can clarify your link text with a link description. The link description and the link text should never be the same, the link description should have more descriptive information.
Ideally, you should write such good link text that you do not need to use the link description.
In a good link text, it should be possible to understand where a link leads, even if it is lifted out of context. From the availability perspective where any assistance is used, it is especially important that the links are comprehensible even when they are taken out of context.
If the link text is not clear enough (for example, as Read more links), you will need to complete the link with a link description text (title-text).
Here you can choose to open the link in a new window or a new tab.
The page published: 2019-02-06