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Creating Web Pages

Customizing HTML
Web Resources
Generating HTML
Preparations: Naming (page 2)
Anchor Names

If you want to be able to link to a particular graphic or text selection on a page, give it an anchor name:
    1. Select the graphic or select the text within a Text Area.
    2. Bring up the
Web Info pane (Shift-Command-I, click Web tab).
    3. Enter a name in the Anchor Name field.

To link to an anchor in your document, select the object that you want to have the link, bring up the
Web Info pane, and select the Anchor name from the drop down anchor menu.
Preparing the Document

Naming Pages
Naming Other
Adding Links
Adding Slices
Graphic Names

Every graphic has a Name field in the
Object Info pane. When you give a graphic a name, that name is inserted into the HTML output as a comment. This can help you read and edit the HTML output if necessary. The graphic’s name is also used as part of the filename for the image file that Create makes to represent the graphic.

Note: The graphic’s name is also used to make a filename when you drag it from the
Image Well to the Finder.

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