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Paths can be used to prompt viewers which page to visit. For example, to prompt viewers from a Home page to the next page in the book’s sequence of pages (e.g. the Introduction page). Prompts appear as blue boxes that contain the title of the next page.

Create a path from the Home page to an Introduction page by selecting the Edit button on the Home page. Scroll down to the Relationships tab, select Path from the drop down, and click choose the items that it contains. Select the link from the pages that are listed. Immediately create an Introduction page by selecting Create-on-the-fly button, lower left. In the title field, type ‘Introduction’, then select Save and link. The Home page now includes a “Begin with ‘Introduction'” button to prompt readers.

Repeat the above steps (with the exception of using the  Create-on-the-fly button) to create a path from the Introduction page to the next page of the project. Paths can be created for each page to direct viewers to other pages (and other content). The sequence does not need to a linear sequence. This is a way to promote non-linear narrative structures.

Adding pages to the table of contents is a way to create a traditional linear sequence. The table of contents can include some, or all page of a project. See the table of contents section.

The Dashboard displays all paths in a project. In the Relationships tab, select Paths from the drop down. Select View to see paths.