Hi, Sorry for the probably stupid question but I can’t seem to find the answer.
If I have a collection of posts, for example:
Post A - There is more great content you can read about this here.
Post B - Here is the more great content.
How do I link this content? I know that I can add a link to http://www.website.com/post/postB but I was wondering do I have to add the http://www.website.com/post/postB each time or is there a way I could just add /post/postB?
Also, if I do have to add the entire url does it matter if it is http or https?
If someone could please clarify, this would be so helpful.
Here is my public share link: LINK
(how to access public share link)
You can use the multi reference field to make a collection of links inside your collection.
Regarding HTTP / HTTPS - Depends on your publishing preference. If your site is published on https, it is always better. But your domain provider might not allow that, so you’ll have to use http.
Hi. I just to make sure that this is the best solution… so under Branding > Studio Ongarato in the post there is Kate Robertson as a link (that doesn’t work currently) which is how I would like it to appear but with obviously the link working to Interviews > Kate Robertson. Am I better to manually create a link like I have or use the multi reference field - will this achieve the same?
Is there a read-only link to your project?
Sorry, it’s the same as on the other post. I’ll try to find it again.
What you did is exactly how you supposed to do it
Can you share the published site?
Ok. So I manually enter each one with the full url? The site isn’t published yet.
umm… no, I believe it should work just as you created it.
But I can’t know for sure, I need to see the published site.
Can you publish it to the Webflow subdomain?
Hi. I just checked it on subdomain and it does work. Thank you so much for your help!