Link to posts and pages within your blog using shortcodes, similar to a wiki or cms. No need to remember full URLs, post ids or slugs with the wysiwyg
For more information visit http://www.blograndom.com/blog/extras/rb-internal-link-plugin/ And check out the forum for bugs/features: http://www.blograndom.com/links/forum/
To manually link a page:
At the place you would like the link to appear write: `[intlink id="post-slug"]Link text[/intlink] ...exchanging post-slug or post-id for the post or page slug/id you would like to link to. Note: - you can specify a class for the link using ... `class="my_class"` ... - you can specify a target for the link using ... `target="_new"` ... - you can specify an anchor to go to on the new page using ... `anchor="bottom"` ...
Using the tinymce wysiwyg editor:
Make sure you've ticked "enable wysiwyg editor" on the plugin preferences page. A new icon will appear on the wysiwyg toolbar, it looks like a page with a link over it Select the text you wish to turn in to a link (optional) Click on the icon, a toolbox should popup Select the category of the post you need or alternatively choose pages for a list of pages Click on the post or page you wish to link to Fill in the optional properties for the link Click "Insert Link"
Requires: 2.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.15
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 7,000+
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