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HINT: How to use an image link in a workflow. #1301

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Hello everyone,

Yesterdays presentation was very usefull. I hope that everyone has learned as much as I have...

People have shown some interest in using images that can link to other webpages from Synergy workflows. So here is an example of one:

Just copy paste this code into a free text box Label field:

<p align="center"><img border="0" src="./images/item.gif"></p>

This Particular example uses an image called item.gif that is located in Images folder of Synergy's root directory. (in my case D:/Synergy)

Also this example launcles a new link that takes you to Synergy home.asp webpage (homepage)

The beaty here is that you can use any image you wish and the image does not have to be stored in you synergy folder, it can be on a website or on antoher server.
For example you can add your own image to the images folder and lets say call it myimage.gif. Then just replace the item.gif with myimage.gif and you will notice the change.

Also the link does not have to within Synergy. It can be any website inside or outside of your organization. It can be a word document or a pdf file.

Just throwing some ideas out there...

Regards,

Goran
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HINT: How to use an image link in a workflow. #1302

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This works great thanks for passing on the info. :D
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Hi. Do I need administrative rights to access the directory and images folder? I cannot find them. Thank you. Sheila
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HINT: How to use an image link in a workflow. #1320

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Hi,

You need to know what server the Synergy is installed on and you need to log on to that server. Then usually if you go to my computer and click on drive D it should be there in folder called synergy. (D:\Synergy) If you cannot find it there then try drive C or as many drives as you have.

Your images are in this directory then: D:\Synergy\DOCS\images.

You need to have access to the folder in order to place the image in it and access it, but you do not have to have administrative rights.
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I have a few workflows that have documents in the policy link that are not a policy but info for the person filling out the request (FAQs on our product, etc) - can I link to a document this way - so I can have the policy field back (or I can reference numerous docs)?

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HINT: How to use an image link in a workflow. #1323

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Hi,

Yes you can link to multiple docs if you wanted to. Just get the document links addresses and use the <a href="document address">SomeText<a/>
if you want to pop up the documents (which is what I would do) then just add target=_blank after <a
Ex:
<a target=_blank href="document address">SomeText<a/>

I use this inter document linking all the time. I create links from documents to other documents that are somehow related or to suggest other documents. It is pretty cool stuff.
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