Submitted by : simon at: 2003-10-26T21:32:43+00:00 (14 years ago)
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clarification --DeanGoodmanson, Thu, 02 Oct 2003 13:47:32 -0700 reply
It looks like you're using StructuredText links, and in this case the target resolves to a relative location.

The second example is a STX link with a RemoteWikiLink? as the target. That's a tricky feature, as it would require the target to build as a URL w/ no A tag, leaving the A tag for the STX link.

clarification --MarceloSantos?, Fri, 03 Oct 2003 06:48:09 -0700 reply
The problem in the second example is that there is no way (at least I didn't find one) to link to a RemoteWiki? from some free text without using the URL.

How can I display "remote link description" as the link text and point it to a RemoteWiki? without looking for the RemoteWikiURL?

As the way to link to a local Wiki is by using double quotes and a colon I thought that the same could be used for a RemoteWiki?.

clarification -- Fri, 03 Oct 2003 19:58:22 -0700 reply

How can I display "remote link description" as the link text and point it to a RemoteWiki?? without looking for the RemoteWikiURL?

I don't think you can.

As the way to link to a local Wiki is by using double quotes and a colon

StructuredText hyperlink shortcut is using double quotes and a colon, RemoteWikiLinks won't work with quotes.

non-issue --simon, Wed, 19 Apr 2006 00:12:20 -0700 reply
Status: open => closed

Mixing STX links and Zwiki remote wiki links doesn't work and I think would be rarely used. I think explicit hyperlinks are good enough for this infrequent use case. A better sister sites mechanism could help also.