The Relationships function shows you a list of assets that link to or display the selected asset on another page or site.

Checking Relationships

In this example, we're checking the Relationships for an image to check if it is used on the website. (The same could be done for a PDF, block, page, etc.)

1. Right-click on your file name in the Site Content panel and choose Relationships; or, select the asset and choose Relationships from the More menu.

pdf with relationships

  • If your file is being used, you will see a list of assets that refer to it. Each item listed under Asset is a clickable link to an asset CMS so you can view how the file is being used.

Page relationships

  • If you see a message that says "There are no relationships for this page" the file is not being used (below image).

no relationships

When do I republish?

  • If you deleted, reordered or moved a page that was in a folder, publish that folder and your site’s index page.
  • If you deleted a page that was in the top-level of the left navigation, republish your entire site.
  • If you deleted a PDF that was linked on a page, edit the page to remove the linked PDF text and republish that page.
  • If you deleted an image that was displayed on a page, edit the page to remove the broken image and republish that page.
  • If you moved an image, republish all Relationships for that image to avoid broken links. 
    • Click the Relationships tab. 
    • Select the checkmark next to the asset which has a relationship
    • Click the link that says "Publish all".

Publish all relationships

  • Click Close when done.