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  1. Hello, I want to be able to create a web page that links to a variety of other web destinations, but I want to be able to manage ALL the link information from ONE spot to simplify administration. In essence, I want the document to use aliases for the hyperlinks (ideally, defined in a test file). When the reader clicks on a hyperlink, they are directed to the destination as defined - kind of like a Dictionary in Python. When a linked document is updated, I will merely need to go into one file and change one piece of information - instead of having to search through a the entire HTML code to ensure ALL references are captured - and know that the user will now be directed to the correct destination. Does anyone have any idea as to how to do this? Thanks, Ewan
  2. Hi all I'm fairly new to html so bare with me... I have several restaurant websites, adapted from a template. I'll use this one as an example: http://feastaway.com/basic/ You'll see there is a navigation bar, with links to 'Welcome', 'Contact Us', 'Opening Times' and 'View Menu'. The first three are internal links to that section of the page and work like a dream. The fourth one, 'View Menu', is an external link which is supposed to open up a new tab, but when you click it all that happens is it becomes highlighted. It doesn't open the new tab or indeed the link in the existing tab. However, right-clicking and choosing 'open link in new tab' does the trick, so it obviously knows the link is there. Source code: </header> <nav id="navigation"> <div class="nav-container"> <ul> <li><a class="active" href="#welcome">Welcome</a></li> <li><a href="#contact">Contact <span class="extrabold">Us</span></a></li> <li><a href="#times">Opening <span class="extrabold">Times</span></a></li> <li><a href="http://feastaway.com/Campaigns/redir.php?ID=182" target="_blank">View <span class="extrabold">Menu</span></a></li> </ul> </div><!-- end .nav-container --> </nav> Any ideas!? Many thanks Graham
  3. How would you go about making a hyperlink that can only be visited once before changing to another one? (Like tracking the amount of times the link was visited, and when it reaches a certain number it switches.)
  4. I made an update query that generates a google maps url link in a hyperlink type column based on the address in other columns. When I click on the generated link it works and opens my browser to the address in google maps but after I close & reopen access it doesn't work anymore even after using the query again, it acts like normal text but the url is underlined and the pointy finger shows. I'm guessing the function that determines if a string is a url is looking at the code instead of the result of the code . I am using access 2007 btw. UPDATE Property SET Property.Notes = "https://maps.google.com/maps?q="+Replace(Nz([Park Address],"Address")," ","+")+",+"+Replace(Nz([Park City],"City")," ","+")+",+"+Replace(Nz([Park State],"State")," ","+")+",+"+Replace(Nz([Park Zip],"")," ","+");
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