A link can refer to:
A link can be put on different types of elements.
It requires the full URL of the target (like http://www.websico.com/p75.html). It is usually open in a new window when possible (rich text).
Use only the last part of the page URL (eg. p75.html). Target page is usually open in the same window.
It can refer to any identified HTML element. It requires two operations: one on the source, the other in the target HTML text.
Source: create a link to something inside or outside the current site, and add '#target' to the URL (eg. p75.html#anchor1)
Target HTML text: if the wanted target is not identified (id="xxx"), create a raw text just before the wanted target and insert:
<a id="target"></a> (eg. <a id="anchor1"></a>)
The address of the homepage of a site can be designated with a simple "/" for the main language and "/fr" for example if "fr" is used language.
In a multilingual website, it is not necessary to specify the language in the address, except to change it.
- to create a link from page .../fr/p75.html to page .../fr/p56.html, just use the last part of the address "p56.html", the system remains in the language of the original page.
- to create a link from page .../fr/p75.html to page to .../en/p56.html, use "/en/p56.html".