the url you provided is incorrect, but I figured it out.
First thing I noted about your page is that you are using version 2002 in
it's original build. The first thing you need to do is to install Service
Pack 1 and Service Pack 2. You will want to educate yourself on why and how,
you can do that by going to [url]http://www.davidbartosik.com/pub2002.htm[/url] and
reading the first 4 articles.
I also recommend you review the FAQ page.
Once you've gotten this completed you can review link error issues if they
The FAQ page covers typical reasons for links not working. One of the most
common is to apply a "fill" to a text box with a hyperlink. That is not
supported in this version.
I did note that it appeared that your links were addressed locally rather
than to the server.
This error can occur if the Master Page is used in a web publication. The
Master Page is for print publications and not supported in web publications.
If you are using a Master page you will have to stop using it to resolve the
By installing the Service packs, and reviewing the doentation on my site,
and reviewing prior threads in this newsgroup you will be able to resolve
current issues and prevent future ones.
David Bartosik - Microsoft MVP
for Publisher and Web Design
Tips and How-to's.
"Dynastar" <lbstadlerjensen.mail.dk> wrote in message
> i am not able to view the pages that are linked in the
> web site design file. I have set up hyperlinks to each
> page through hyperlinked words on the home page but it
> does not go to the instructed pages. I have tried
> everything and am about to give up.
> here is my site if you want to see:
> you can see there are links there but they don't work.
> what do i need to do to get the pages linked up?