There are two main ways to link to another page on your website:
Basic navigation links: These are automatically created for you.
Hyper Text Links: These are links that you have to create and can show up anywhere you choose to put them.
Basic Navigation Links
These links are automatically generated when you add a new page to your website.
If you added a page and the link isn't showing up, it's probably because of one of three things:
1) The site wasn't rebuilt. Remember, whenever you make a change to your site, click the Build Site button. If this isn't an option, it may be because your account doesn't have permission to add new content to the site without first being reviewed by somebody else.
2) Your browser needs to be "refrehsed." Your browser (Internet Explorer, or AOL, or FireFox, etc.) needs to be told to go get the new information from our server. Click the "refresh" button. It should be located at the top of your browser window and it usually looks sort of like a recycling symbol with a couple arrows.
3) The page is in the orphan area. Pages in the orphan area don't show up in the general navigation. If the first and second options aren't helping, this one is probably it. Log into Mainspring and scroll to the bottom of the Manage Pages screen. There's heading that says "Orphan Pages." If the page in question is under there, it won't show up in the general navigation. If you want it to show up there, it'll have to be moved.
Hyper Text Links
Hyper text links are just text that, when clicked, link to another page on your website. Hypertext links can go anywhere you are able to add text. It can appear in the middle of a sentence, or you can create a list of hypertext links for an alternate navigation scheme.
Here's how it's done:
First create the page that you want to link to. Remember the title of the page.
In the Content area of any page, type the name of the page you want to link to, making sure to type the name exactly as it is for the title of that page. Then enclose it in square brackets [ and ]
For example, if your website had a page called Flowers, you'd link to it by typing [Flowers]