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ichitaka Aug 25, 2010 09:51 PM
Is it possible to make use of synonym links between wiki pages. If i have a page called "x" i can link it simply by [[ x ]]. But if i want to link it by brackets with a different name, is there a way? For example [[ f(x) ]] pointing to [[ x ]]? I know, i can do this by linking it manually from the WYSIG editor. But how is it with multiple wiki links pointing to one location?
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romasha Aug 26, 2010 02:01 PM
Hello ichitaka,

You can easily use the "Internal Link" button in the Rich editor tool bar to hyperlink to content within
This can also be done for multiple hyperlinks in a single wiki page pointing to one location. A return link is automatically created on both the pages in the "Linked Content" list below the content.

Does this help?
ichitaka Sep 08, 2010 08:38 AM
Hi romasha,
thank you for your answer. I know, i can make use of "intern Link" from the WYSIWG editor. But then i have to go through all the hierachy to find my document i want to link to it. What i am looking for is, when i have a wiki page called e.g. "example" i can just link it by typing [[ example ]] or by typing the synonym [[ exampels ]]. Is this possible somehow?
romasha Sep 08, 2010 10:44 AM
This is partially available. You can use wiki links to link to other content, but you cannot use synonyms to link. If you have a wiki page with the title Example, you can simply apply the square brackets around the word [[Example]] in your text anywhere and it will automatically link to the correct wiki page.

Advanced usage tip:
For every content piece in, a wiki link is automatically created. This means, if you want to link to a file and you remember the wiki link of the file, which typically is the file name, you can link to it using the square brackets. e.g. - [[cynin-de.po.bz2]] will link to the file "German translation for 6.10" in the user space.