How can I find internal links

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How can I find internal links

Post by userwys » Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:27 pm

I have some pages that I want to change with a new design (with their breakpoints). For that I have a new page wich I use like a template to clone. So I can create a new page, delete the old one and put the same name in the new page. The problem is if I do that the links to the new page brokes. And If I use "Global Replace" I can't see the links because the url links to a page in the proyect (not external links)

I tried to import another page (template new design) to the old one and I can't do that. How can I make this changes without loosing that links? or wich is the best way to do this? (sorry for my english)

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Re: How can I find internal links

Post by Pablo » Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:46 pm

Maybe this will work?
- remove all content from the old page.
- use copy/paste to copy the content from the template

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Re: How can I find internal links

Post by userwys » Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:55 pm

I tried that, but the problem is in the shapes and layers in the other breakpoints. They are all disordered. I don't know how to paste the 3 breakpoints with the same structure

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Re: How can I find internal links

Post by Pablo » Wed Nov 15, 2017 3:27 pm

I'm sorry then I cannot think of another way.
Internal links are like 'pointers' to the other page. If you remove the page then the pointer will be invalid.

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Re: How can I find internal links

Post by userwys » Wed Nov 15, 2017 3:40 pm

Ok. So the best way could be create another page and change the links that point to the old one.
But how can I find all the links to the old page to restaure it? I can't find it with Global Replace (there I only find the external links not the links to another pages)

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Re: How can I find internal links

Post by Pablo » Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:05 pm

There is no global replace for internal links.
Usually navigation is part of a master page so then you have to reassign the link in one place only.

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