MX is over 6 years old now. And while this FAQ article mainly pertains to CS3 and CS4 it may be of some help to you, don't know.
If that doesn't work, you could always add a plain text link to your web page like so:
<h2><a href="some-new-page.html">LINK TO NEW PAGE</a></h2>
You had me feeling young again Nancy until I checked Wikipedia and learned that MX is 8 years old in May 2010. I vividly remember beta testing it (and trying to work out what MX stood for - never did find a satisfying answer to that one)
I have no memories of MX or MX2004, skipped them both.
..trying to work out what MX stood for - never did find a satisfying answer to that one
Mac + XP = MX?
- Nancy O.
MX didn't stand for anything; it was just a means for identifying a newer release with all the extensions. Dreamweaver (without the MX) didn't have all the Flash and other applications.
can deleting a cache file possibly damage my website?
It shouldn't. BUT to be safe, make a backup copy on your external drive or disk.