PHPKB knowledge base software offers a new and easier way to interlink knowledge articles while creating or modifying your knowledge base articles. Interlinking means creating links to other articles in the body of an article. PHPKB creates links to other articles are created using a specific syntax, called "Link Marker". This not only helps in keeping links organized but also makes the link management between articles easy.
In the article editor, this feature makes it very easy to insert links to other existing articles in the knowledge base.
If you're looking to save time and effort when updating your internal article links, consider using a link marker. Manually editing all the static links in your articles after changing the SEO URL type of your knowledge base can be a tedious and time-consuming task. But with a link marker, you don't have to worry about manually modifying article links. Link markers generate article links dynamically at runtime, so you can be sure that your internal article links will always be up-to-date and working, without any hassle or tedious editing required. By adding a link marker, you simply create a marker that points to the specified article, and let the link be generated dynamically according to your selected SEO URL settings. Save yourself the headache of manual link updates and streamline your internal linking process with link markers.
The WYSIWYG editor features a button that opens the "Link Articles" dialog box, as illustrated below. This dialog box allows you to browse through the categories in your knowledge base and use a link marker to select the desired article.
ink markers can help keep internal links organized in a knowledge base by generating article links dynamically at runtime. When a link marker is added to an article, it creates a marker that points to the specified article, rather than a static link. This means that the actual link is created dynamically at runtime according to the selected SEO URL settings, rather than being hardcoded in the article.
By using link markers, internal links are automatically updated whenever changes are made to the knowledge base, such as changing the SEO URL type. This helps to ensure that internal links are always up-to-date and working, without requiring manual editing of each individual link. Additionally, link markers can help to improve the consistency of internal links, as all links to a particular article will use the same marker, rather than potentially having multiple variations of the same link scattered throughout the knowledge base.
Overall, link markers provide a more efficient and streamlined approach to managing internal links in a knowledge base, helping to keep them organized and up-to-date with minimal effort.
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