A hyperlink can be a text, phrase, or image that you can click on to jump to navigate to another document, web page, or a new section within the current document. Hyperlinks makes the navigation easy. In this post, we will share the best practices related to creating, styling, and managing hyperlinks in InDesign.
Tips & Tricks to Create, Style, and Manage Hyperlinks:-
- To show or hide hyperlinks, select View > Extras > Show Hyperlinks or Hide Hyperlinks, respectively.
- InDesign uses Hyperlink style by default. This is underlined blue text; you can view and change this style in the Paragraph Styles panel.
- If a URL hyperlink isn’t working in the exported PDF, there may be a problem with the hyperlink being a Shared Destination. Uncheck Shared Hyperlink Destination in the Hyperlink panel, and then select OK.
- Before you place a Word document in InDesign, remove the hyperlinks from the URLs in the Word document to avoid inheriting the formatting. Another option is to create a Character Style with the name Hyperlink in the InDesign document before you import. With this, the existing Hyperlink Character Style is used by default.
For more details on hyperlinks, please refer to this article: Learn how to create, manage, and edit hyperlinks in InDesign.