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Linking Tips and Advanced Linking Options


Using the Links Tool

The simplest way to create a link is to use the Tool called Links on the Classroom Page. 
  • Click on the Create Link in red lettering, put in the URL, give the link a Title and Description if desired. 
  • When linking to an external website, it is recommended to check Open in New Window
  • For more detailed instructions, click here.


Making Links within text

For basic use of Classroom Pages, the Links Tool is sufficient.  However, making links within the text you create adds to the functionality of your Classroom FusionPage.  Making links is a fairly easy task to learn and in the long run, these additional links can make your page more efficient and can save you time.

External Links (links to websites outside of the School District pages).
  • Links can be made any place within text when using a WYSIWYG Editor. 
  • External Links, or links to websites that are not part of the District Websites, are the most straight forward.
  • Highlight the words which will form the active link, select the link icon, and paste in the URL that the link will move to. 
  • More details available here.
Internal Links to any page within the district websites
Since students, parents, and staff will often be logged in, links need to be created a certain way to keep users logged in. 
  • Move to the page where the link will lead to, copy the part of the URL from "/modules" to "sessionid," and paste it in the URL space. 
  • To see a PDF with more detailed instructions, click here.

Link to a Video, PDF or Word Document in some text you have created. 
To do this from within the WYSIWYG Editor, highlight the words which will form the active link, select the link icon, browse your folders for the file, and load it to the file server. It is recommended that you have the file open in a new window.  Detailed instructions are available here.  It is very likely you will need to follow the instructions for this task.

The following video screencast can also help to understand the steps described above.  Click here to view.




Link to OneNote
Click here to view a video screencast for making links to OneNote.



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Last Updated: 10/9/12