Linking to Sub Topics?

Bret_
Bret_
edited December 2012 in General Archive
Hello!

I just started today and I'm in the process of getting my campaign information up on our page for the use of my players, and one thing that I haven't been able to figure out is sub topics. Honestly, I'm not sure if that's the right term for this, but basically, I'd like to have a series of links at the top of the page that, once clicked, will take you to the relevant section _on that same page._ Is that possible?

Also, is it possible to create headers and footers? For this particular section I'd like a navigation header and footer for switching between sections, but again, I have no idea how to do this! Sadly, my imagination seems to outreach my skills, heh.

Thank you so much for any assistance you can grant me in this. Have a wonderful day! :)

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  • Pils
    Pils
    Posts: 149
    You want something like "that":http://www.obsidianportal.com/campaign/dark-sun-a-trova/wikis/bestiaire I suppose?
    If you want to index chapters for example:

    * You have to insert this HTML tag:

    Chapter One (_This is your link_)

    * The next tag is is where the first tag will go when the link is clicked



    Go on the net, they are many site dedicated to learning the basics of HTML.

    -Pils
    Face the Fire of the Dark Sun... a World ravaged by Sorcery!
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    -Pils

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  • Bret_
    Bret_
    Posts: 18
    Indeed I do, thank you so much!

    That code stuff is really odd. You said that's HTML code? Oof, another thing to learn. And here I thought I was doing pretty well with this "Textile" stuff...

    Thanks a bunch. :)
  • Savannah
    Savannah
    Posts: 188
    Yep, you're going to want HTML for anything fancy. "Here's":http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp my favorite reference site (although it tends to suppose that you're totally creating the site from scratch; with Obsidian Portal, we don't have to do everything it talks about).
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