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* Links make the wiki go round
 
* Links make the wiki go round
* You can pluralize <nowiki>[[link]]s</nowiki>
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* You can pluralize '''<nowiki>[[link]]s</nowiki>'''
* You can <nowiki>[[piped links|pipe links]]</nowiki>
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* You can '''<nowiki>[[piped links|pipe links]]</nowiki>'''
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* You can '''<nowiki>[[simplify (disambiguated)|]]</nowiki>''' links
 
* Don’t pipe links to unrelated words or phrases
 
* Don’t pipe links to unrelated words or phrases
 
* Don’t pipe links to avoid redirects
 
* Don’t pipe links to avoid redirects
 
* Don’t change the colour of links, it's confusing for the reader
 
* Don’t change the colour of links, it's confusing for the reader
* Put formatting <nowiki>'''[[outside]]'''</nowiki> the link (avoid this)
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* Put formatting '''<nowiki>'''[[outside]]'''</nowiki>''' the link (however, this should be avoided)
 
* Link the first use of a word or phrase and important repetitions, not every use
 
* Link the first use of a word or phrase and important repetitions, not every use
  
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:The [[bulk modulus|bulk]] and [[Young's modulus|Young's moduli]] are relevant.
 
:The [[bulk modulus|bulk]] and [[Young's modulus|Young's moduli]] are relevant.
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==External links==
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* [http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Links Links] — Wikipedia help

Latest revision as of 14:27, 7 July 2012

  • Links make the wiki go round
  • You can pluralize [[link]]s
  • You can [[piped links|pipe links]]
  • You can [[simplify (disambiguated)|]] links
  • Don’t pipe links to unrelated words or phrases
  • Don’t pipe links to avoid redirects
  • Don’t change the colour of links, it's confusing for the reader
  • Put formatting '''[[outside]]''' the link (however, this should be avoided)
  • Link the first use of a word or phrase and important repetitions, not every use

Piped links

A piped link is a way to link to an article but with different text from the article name. For example:

The [[bulk modulus|bulk]] and [[Young's modulus|Young's moduli]] are relevant.

Renders:

The bulk and Young's moduli are relevant.

External links

  • Links — Wikipedia help