I use Site Designer 5 and would like to add articles to my site so that each article would open in the same, a separate window, or separate tab (at my discretion) within the user's browser, making use of a one-time defined web page format for all articles.
Here's what I "think" I want to do:
1. Have a little "table of contents" or "FAQ" list of questions with text links below it...
2. Clicking on a TOC subject or article name would open the article dynamically in the same browser window but in a dynamically created page using a template that I've set up for all of these articles.
3. Like the old-fashioned photo galleries, I would like to allow the user to click on any article name and go directly to that article. When an article is open, I would like to give those old fashioned "previous", "next", and "back to Table of Contents" options. The main upper left tile would allow the user to go back to the home/index page for the site.
4. Finally, I'd love to be able to quickly add articles by copy-pasting them from a Word Document, email, or text editor, and just let the site figure out how to display the page for any given article.
Now I'm confident that I could set this all up manually, but I've got to believe that the "FAQ style" is still popular and maybe Site Designer has a nice convenient way to set this up and maintain an easily-updated list of article subjects and bodies along with that "article body page" template.
Is there a tutorial that I should start with?
One day, I'd like to implement a slider for this feature, but for now I'll be happy to have a nice efficient way to implement a basic FAQ page into my site. I expect to have to make content updates and additions about once every 2 months or so.
Thanks in advance for any guidance you can offer me!
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