PLAIN TEXT HYPERLINK EXAMPLES
 
 
For all the examples below, highlight the whole plain-text hyperlink to select it, then click the "Follow hyperlink" toolbutton or press Ctrl+H.
 
 
 
LINKING TO AN INTERNAL NODE  USING NODE PATH
 
"node:⁄⁄TreePad manual⁄TreePad Reference⁄Hyperlinks⁄Creating hyperlinks⁄Creating plain text hyperlinks"
 
 
LINKING TO A FILE (the links below will only function if the file is present on your system, and on that exact location)
 
"file:⁄⁄C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\MSInfo\msinfo32.exe"
file:⁄⁄c:\windows\notepad.exe
 
 
LINKING TO A NODE USING NODE ID
 
guidnode:⁄⁄F10CDC6F65434C322E669913A81D6794C66C6478
 
 
LINKING TO AN ANCHOR INSIDE THE ARTICLE
An anchor is a marker which can be placed anywhere in a TreePad article. Anchors can be linked to. An anchor is by default not visible, but you can show article anchors using 'article display options' in the options screen.
To activate the plain-text link below, highlight the text '#anch1' below, then click menu⁄navigate⁄follow hyperlink or press ctrl+H
 
#anch1
 
After activating this hyperlink, notice that the cursor has moved to the bottom part of this article.
 
 
LINKING TO A WEB SITE
 
http:⁄⁄www.freebyte.com
 
 
LINKING TO AN EMAIL ADDRESS
 
mailto:software@freebyte.com
 
 
LINKING TO AN FTP SERVER
 
ftp:⁄⁄ftp.compaq.com⁄pub⁄
 
 
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This line is needed to illustrate the anchor link above. Anchor placed here.
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