Related links help the user discover other content available (for example, highlighting Women's equality in the LGBTI Equality section).
What's next links are optional. Only use these if there is a clear next step.
Rules for related links:
- create short, descriptive links with no full stop
- no more than 7 links on a page
- do add links that could be useful for a reader but aren't directly related to the content
- don't add related links that are already listed in the body content
Example of link text:
'Action plan to improve Aboriginal Victorians health and wellbeing'
Avoid using, 'Korin Korin Balit-Djak' (the actual name of the document) as it doesn't make it clear what is behind the link.
Follow the GOV.AU Content when using capitalisation.
We don't link to:
- media entities (for example, The Age or Herald-Sun)
- commercial entities (unless there is a relationship or case study to highlight)
- videos (we embed them)
- PDFs (we use the document embed feature, which includes a display of format and file size for accessibility)
- MP's, minister's or political parties' websites
We do link to:
- evidence-based links, for example, universities, The Conversation
How to add related links
Make sure the checkbox is ticked so the links will display.
To add related links, click the Add related links button.
Paste in the URL and type in your link text.
Reviewed 16 June 2022