You can include up to three additional links along with the inter-page navigation links on each web page. Inter-page navigation links are the links that appear at the bottom (or top) of the page:
You can link to other pages on your website, such as a genealogy report or chart. Link to other branches of your family tree if you have separate groups of GED-GEN web pages. You can also link to external websites or simply include a link to your e-mail address. These links will appear on every generated web page except multimedia gallery pages. They are not associated with a particular family page or individual.
Place a check here to include this link along with your inter-page navigation links. The first extra link, if included, will appear to the left of the main links. The second and third links will appear to the right. For example:
First | Home | Surnames | Index | Second | Third
|Surname page only||Check this option if you want this link to display only on the Surnames page. This allows better control of the hierarchy of your website. You may want some links to appear only on the "top level" page. The Surnames page is considered the main starting point for your family pages.|
|Display on second line||
Check this option to display this link on a separate line under the main inter-page navigation links. The length of the line containing the main links may become excessively wide. Each of the extra links that you choose to display on the second line will be on the same line. For example if the first and third extra links are set for the second line:
Home | Surnames | Index | Second
First | Third
Enter the web page file name that should open when a visitor clicks on this link. This is the href= attribute of the link. For example:
This is a descriptive text phrase that gives a hint about the link. Depending upon the Internet browser, this prompt could display when you hold the mouse over the link. Or, it may display in the browser's status bar.
This is the title= attribute of the link. Leave this field empty to omit this attribute.
This is the text phrase that will appear as the actual link. For example the first extra link can provide a link to your e-mail address:
The link would then appear on your family pages as:
E-Mail | Home | Surnames | Index
Leave this option empty for normal operation. When a visitor clicks on the link, the destination web page will display in place of the GED-GEN web page.
If you want the web page to display in a new Internet browser window, enter the reserved name _blank (i.e., an underscore character followed by the word blank).
The frame target is ignored when generating pages that conform to the HTML 4.01 Strict standard. Please refer to HTML Conformance.
If your GED-GEN family pages will appear within a frame window on your website, enter the name of a target frame to use in this link. This option controls the target= attribute.
If you specify a name, the destination page will load in that frame when a visitor clicks the link. If you specify the reserved target name _top, the browser will break out of frames and load the destination page.
If you want the destination page to load into the same frame as occupied by a GED-GEN web page, leave this field empty. GED-GEN will determine the appropriate target name depending upon whether footnotes appear in a separate frame window (i.e., target="_self" with no footnote frame, or target="_parent" with a footnote frame). In this case your destination page should not be your main frameset page.