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Month: October 2014

Managing Related Page Links on a Virteom Site

By Dan Carbone
October 23, 2014 Category: Learning

How do you manage a menu system in your website that has related hyperlinks to different pages on your website per page? Its a bit harder than just having a menu that is the same on every page in the site. You have to be a bit more inventive in the approach. Virteom has a module that allows you to select certain hyperlinks that would show up in a menu based on the content on the page you are currently viewing. Lets walk you through that module and how you can use it to manage related content. Well use Magnets website to demonstrate the example. Looking at the Side Menu If we look at the side menu we can see it has 5 hyperlinks that go to 5 different pages. The owner of the website wants the flexibility that these would be different per page. On the next slide well show you the backend and how you can simply manage this sitewide. Log Into Virteom To manage those links on that side menu globally simply log into your Virteom and click on the Manager button on the top

Category: Link

Working with Links

By Danni Bennett
December 28, 2012 Category: Learning, Link, Content

Links are clickable spots (the link) on a webpage that take the visitor elsewhere (the target). A link may take the visitor to another page on your site (an internal link), to a page on a different website (an external or outbound link), or to a different spot on the same page (an anchor link). They may also open an email message addressed to a particular email address in the visitors default email program. (Note that we generally do not recommend this type of email link as it can be a target for spam and, depending on the email program used by the visitor, they do not always work as expected.) The clickable spot can be text or an image. If its text, it is usually formatted in such a way to indicate to the user that its clickable. Historically, this has been through an underline, but, depending on the design of your website, it may be through a different color or a hover affect (the text style changes when you point to it with the mouse). Regardless of the type of link or target, the