preussja Absent Member.
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Link directly to a wiki subtopic

We are putting our Employee Manual on our Vibe intranet. The employee manual is being put in a wiki. I know how to link to a wiki page but I haven't figured out how to link directly to a subtopic from another vibe page. I see that on the wiki page itself the subtopic is link via an anchor but I can't seem to access it outside of the page it is on. If anyone has successfully done this let me know how you did it.

Jason
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Re: Link directly to a wiki subtopic

preussja;2252026 wrote:
We are putting our Employee Manual on our Vibe intranet. The employee manual is being put in a wiki. I know how to link to a wiki page but I haven't figured out how to link directly to a subtopic from another vibe page. I see that on the wiki page itself the subtopic is link via an anchor but I can't seem to access it outside of the page it is on. If anyone has successfully done this let me know how you did it.

Jason

Hi Jason,
I did some short tests trying to append the anchor to different types of wiki-entry URLs (like <URL>#<anchor>) but this didn't work. As far as I know there is no out of the box way.
This might be worth an enhancement request, especially for large wikis it could be really usefull.
I'll do some more testing and get back to you if I find a way to do it.
Cheers

Erik
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