To make a link to another page, you will first need to know the URL. For example, the URL of the School of Information’s home page is http:// (colon forward slash forward slash) www.ischool.utexas.edu

Then, use your mouse to highlight the text you want to be a link. Next go to the toolbar at the top of the window and click on the “link” button. This will open a new window – the link properties window. Type in the URL, then click O.K.

To make an internal link, such as a “back to top” link, you will need to create what is called a named anchor.
The first step in this process is to place your cursor at the top of your page.
Next, go to the menu item Insert -> named anchor This will open a new window where you can type in the name of the anchor. I suggest something simple like “top”. Then click O.K. You will see a little yellow anchor icon appear where your cursor was. This is the named anchor. The icon will not be visible on the world wide web.
The next step is to link to the named anchor. Go down to the bottom of your page ( you may need to hit the return key a few so that you make the page long enough for this effect to work. Then type in “back to top” and highlight the text with your mouse. Click on the “link” button on the toolbar at the top of the window and in the Link Properties window that will open, click on the drop down menu and select “#top” The “#” sign indicates that it is a named anchor you are linking to. Then click O.K. The link has been created.
To test your links, click on the “browse” icon in the toolbar at the top of the window. First save your changes. This will allow you to preview how your page will look on the web, but remember, it is not yet actually ON the web.