This page can't be displayed

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The page has published okay, and appears on my screen. But the link to it from the previous page only generates the message "This page can't be displayed", a refresh does not do anything, and the link looks okay.  
Can you suggest what is the blockage?
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Barrie1596

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You are using SB+?
LINK AN ELEMENT ON A DIFFERENT PAGE:
https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/what_are_anchor_links_and_how_can_i_use_them
Produce an anchor link for the desired element, save and publish. Using your browser, navigate to the page and select the element. You'll see that the URL has changed to include the element's link address. Copy that URL and paste it in your Settings menu Link command.

CREATE A LINK TO ANOTHER ELEMENT ON A DIFFERENT PAGE: You can select the URL from the address line and paste it into your Link command box. If the image or text on the page has an anchor link, you can select that element and the URL will include that specific element. Using that URL address will target that specific element. For example: Select any element on the page and produce an anchor link for that element. Save and publish. Use your browser, navigate and select that element in your site. You will see that the URL address has changed to include the anchor linked item. Copy that URL and paste that as your target link in your Link command box in Image Settings or Text Settings.
In your builder, you can create a link to a different part of the page by following these instructions: https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/what_are_anchor_links_and_how_can_i_use_them#differ....

Produce an anchor link for the desired element, save and publish. Using your browser, navigate to the page and select the element. You'll see that the URL has changed to include the element's link address. Copy that URL and paste it in your Settings Menu Link command.
Please let me know if this helps reestablish your link.
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Hello,

What website is this occurring on and what is the link? 
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Barrie1596

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I fixed it by just copying a similar link from another page, and edited it, then it worked okay.
Weird, but thanks for your response.
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Sounds good, glad you were able to get it figured out. 

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