Import multiple hyperlinks to a page

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Oct 26, 2019 Oct 26, 2019

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I have a couple of hundred of hyperlinks in an Excel spreadsheet. Is there a way to import all of them at once to my site? If I try to paste the links they convert to text only and I'd like to avoid using the Muse Hyperlink function for each individual link. The links in a display format are for numerous past newsletters for my Rotary Club, Thanks! Ken 

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Oct 27, 2019 Oct 27, 2019

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Nope.  I'm afraid Muse was never capable of handling dynamic data.  Ideally, you would put those links into a real database like SQL that can be queried with server-side scripts and pulled into your web pages.  Excel is not a database.  It's a spreadsheet.

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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Oct 28, 2019 Oct 28, 2019

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Nancy,

Thank you for replying1 Unfortunately, I don't understand most of what you said except that you can't get hyperlinks from Excel to Muse. I do have Access so if I put the hyperlinks into Access, how do I get those on a Muse page? Appreciate your Help!

Ken

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You might try exporting your Excel links to HTML.

Copy & paste the relevant HTML code into Muse.  But even that's a bit of a stretch  because Muse is not a code editor.   If you want to work with code, you need to use another product like Dreamweaver or Pinegrow. 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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