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Key Points

     Add links into the main menu of your website

     Menu links can only be added into the sub-containers of the main menu.              Contact LinkedUpRadio if you need to change any of the main buttons in            the main menu.

     Menu links are not sub-pages, they are just links

     Menu links can be  inserted into any of the main menu's sub-containers

     You can control all of the sub-items in your main menu through the sub-              pages and sub-links tools

          Exceptions: The sub-container links under some main menu buttons ( ie. photo
          galleries, personalities, and/or podcasts) will automatically generate links as
          individual photo galleries, personalities, and/or podcasts are added to each of
          these tools.

     Add menu links that redirect to internal pages (on your website) or external        pages (on other websites)

Key Topics

     Add a link to an internal page

     Add a link to an external page

Add A Link To An Internal Page

     Step 1 - Enter the title/name of the link

          In the top left, there is a box labeled "Add a Link to an Internal Page". In the
          "Title" field, enter the title/name of the link.

     Step 2 - Select a page

          When the link is clicked by a visitor, where do you want it to take them?
          Designate to which internal page (on your website) that the link will take the
          visitor by selecting a page from the list of internal pages.

          Note: The internal page list contains the titles for all of the pages on your
          website. If you need to link to a page on another website, add a link to an
          external page.

     Step 3 - Choose the location of the link

          Place your link under a main menu button. Choose from the drop down list of
          available options. 

     Step 4 - Select "Add Link"

          The new link will appear in the menu overview.

     Step 5 - Customize the menu link

          Select the [+] icon next to the new menu link in the menu overview to display
          the settings. 

          In the settings for the menu link:

               Title - Edit the title/name of the menu link

               Target - Determine how the menu link will open:

                    Same Window - Link will open in the existing window. (The default option.
                    Select this option when linking an internal page.)
                    New Window - Link will open in a new window or tab. (Important: Select
                    this option when linking to an external page.)
                    Top Window - Link will open in outside of an iframe (option not highly
                    used).

     Step 6 - Select "Save Menu Changes"

          Your changes will be saved. 

Add A Link To An External Page

     Step 1 - Enter the title/name of the link

          In the top right, there is a box labeled "Add a Link to an External Page". In the
          "Title" field, enter the title/name of the link.

     Step 2 - Enter a URL

          Enter the URL for the external page to link to.

     Step 3 - Choose the location of the link

          Place your link under a main menu button. Choose from the drop down list of
          available options. 

     Step 4 - Select "Add Link"

          The new link will appear in the menu overview.

     Step 5 - Customize the menu link

          Select the [+] icon next to the new menu link in the menu overview to display
          the settings. 

          In the settings for the menu link:

               Title - Edit the title/name of the menu link

               Target - Determine how the menu link will open:

                    Same Window - Link will open in the existing window. (The default option.
                    Select this option when linking an internal page.)
                    New Window - Link will open in a new window or tab. (Important: Select
                    this option when linking to an external page.)
                    Top Window - Link will open in outside of an iframe (option not highly
                    used).

     Step 6 - Select "Save Menu Changes"

          Your changes will be saved. 

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