Internal Links and Target Blank in Dreamweaver
● Internal Links are Relative and do not need http
✓ Relative Links✓ Target _Blank
• The Rubrics for these projects say you need both Relative and Absolute links on your site.
Step #1: Open your Project in Dreamweaver ~
✓ Open your current project in Dreamweaver:
✓ … type your links in a row …
✓ … highlight the text …
✓ … or select the button you want to make into a link …
✓ … and drag the Point to file icon where you want the link to go within your site.
✓ For instance if you're working your Home Sweet Home Portfolio Project, your buttons linking each page should be Relative, which means inside your local root folder - you don't need http://
You've Just Made a Relative Link ~
✓ Relative means inside your local root folder - you don't need http://
Step #2: _blank ~
✓ Highlight the code below …
✓ … and paste it in the Target area of your link: _blank makes it appear in a new window.
Last Step: Save and Upload your Work ~
✓ If you have a web server, save your pages, upload them and attach the link to your site …