Caution: This documentation is for eZ Publish legacy, from version 3.x to 5.x.
For 5.x documentation covering Platform see eZ Documentation Center, for difference between legacy and Platform see 5.x Architecture overview.

Hyperlinks

Hyperlinks can be inserted by making use of the "a" or the "link" tags. Usage:

<a href="" [target=""] [ class=""] [title=""] [id=""]>Example.</a>

or

<link href="" [target=""] [ class=""] [title=""] [id=""]>Example.</link>

The "href" parameter is required and it must be set to a valid address (either external or internal). The "target" parameter can be used to determine how the target URL should be opened (inside the existing/active browser window/tab or within a new window/tab). The "class" parameter can be used to specify a CSS class that should be used when the link is rendered. The "title" parameter can be used to specify a short title text (will be shown when the pointer is hovering over the link). The "id" parameter is for assigning unique identifiers.

Internal links

It is possible to create internal links (to other nodes and objects) by making use of the "eznode://" and the "ezobject://" notation. The internal links will be created dynamically based on the node/object ID numbers. In other words, if a node is moved, the link(s) will point to the new location(s) and thus they will not be broken.

Link to a node

A link to a node can be created either by specifying the target node's ID number or the node path. The following examples demonstrate how an internal link to node number 128 can be created.

<a href="eznode://128">Example.</a>

or

<link href="eznode://128">Example.</link>

The following examples demonstrate how an internal link to a node located at "products/computers/example" can be created.

<a href="eznode://products/computers/example">Example.</a>

or

<link href="eznode://products/computers/example">Example.</link>

Link to an object

The following examples demonstrate how an internal link to object number 1024 can be created.

<a href="ezobject://1024">Example.</a>

or

<link href="ezobject://1024">Example.</link>

When object linking is used, the destination address will be generated using the main node assignment of the target object.

Balazs Halasy (10/03/2005 11:48 am)

Balazs Halasy (28/04/2005 2:33 pm)


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