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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 Cyn.in.
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 Cyn.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 cyn.in 6.10" in the Cyn.in user space.
 
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