Linking 1 page to another


(Ronnie West) #1

On my website I have an index for tutorials. I then have 2 separate pages for tutorials about RapidWeaver. When the index is clicked I choose the Rapidweaver option and it then opens the 1st tutorial page. How can now add a link on that 1st page to open the 2nd page?
http://ronniewestphotography.com


(scott williams) #2

Hello @ronnieboot, Maybe you can explain a little better?

I click on tutorials and get the “index” Rapid Weaver, Photoshop etc.
I click Rapid Weaver and I get this page
You have further links on that page, so obviously you know how to make a link…

What am I missing?


(Robert Ziebol 🖖🏼) #3

Joe has a stack called Compass which might do what you ask.
http://joeworkman.net/rapidweaver/stacks/compass


(Ronnie West) #4

swilliam,

Sorry, I thought that I explained it OK.
Don’t worry though, I have fixed the problem now. Take another look at my site and you will see that I just used a simple ‘Button’ stack.


(Ronnie West) #5

Zeebe,

Thanks for that link, I have now purchased the stack, mainly to get access to those very good arrows. However, now that I have installed the stack, where can I find those arrows please?


(scott williams) #6

Good stuff @ronnieboot, glad to hear you got it sorted.


(Robert Ziebol 🖖🏼) #7

The arrows will be in the Stacks Images area. I have them turned off on my Stacks pages, as I never use them, but I turned them back on for this screenshot:

EDIT - I should explain to people how to turn on the Images area in case you turned it off and forgot how. Add a stacks page and then add a stack. I added the Text stack. Then click on the stack you add and under all of the settings, there should be a Prefs button. Like this:

When you click on that button, you will see the Stacks Prefs, which look like this:

Just be sure Images is checked on to see the images in the library.


(Ronnie West) #8

Thank for that info Robert, Now I have found them!
Cheers,
Ronnie West.