The 2-Column Links page is used to generate formatted, side-by-side links in a table format. This page is useful to match forms with instructions, list frequently asked questions, and board agendas and minutes. The 2-Column form will render up to seventy (70) rows for a total of one hundred forty (140) links.
Details Tab - Standard Fields
Give your page a name and a subject, and fill out any additional fields as necessary. For more information on setting up core page details, visit the Standard Details Tab help page.
Details Tab - Additional Fields
Place Message Body Before Table: Checking this box causes the free-form area to be placed before the links area on the rendered page. Unchecking this box causes the Links Table to be placed after the links area on the rendered page. This box is unchecked by default.
Column Headers: Column headers (editable fields in dark blue) are placed before each column. Placing text or spaces in these fields activate the associated column. Column headers can be changed as needed. Columns without a column header will not display regardless of data in that column.
Sort on Column: Checking one of these checkboxes causes the rendered table to sort alphabetically or numerically on the indicated column. The table rows do not sort on the 2-Column Links Page but only on the rendered Web site. You can sort by only one column, and the value in the other column will be displayed on the same row as the corresponding value in the sorted column (rows remain intact). There is a check box for each column. These checkboxes are unchecked by default.
Details Tab and Links Tabs
Content Fields: Each row has a content field for each column. If a Column Header has been defined for the column, text entered into this field will be rendered to the Web page.
Link Name / MAILTO: This is the relative or absolute path to a Web page on this or any other site, or a MAILTO command to be presented as a link. If you are using this column to activate an email link, you do not need to use the "mailto:" prefix, but the link will work either way. When rendered to the Web site, the email address is randomly split and recombined in such a way as to deter robot "harvesting" of the address for unsolicited email.
New Window Checkboxes: Each text and link field has an associated checkbox that, when checked, will open the target link in a new browser window or tab.
Place your pasted or manually-generated content into the free-form area. For more information on working with the free-form area, visit the Free Form Area help page.