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  • I am trying to make a hyperlink within a page as described at WP’s home page e.g. TestPageHyperLink. Doesn’t work!!!. Am I missing something?
    Quoted from WP home page:
    “To create hyperlinks you just capitalize the words and string them together. Let’s say you want to create a page about how Steve Wainstead eats worms. All you have to do is capitalize each word and string them together like this: Steve Wainstead Eats Live Worms. If the page does not exist yet a question mark appears after the link, inviting you to create the page: This Page Should Not Exist.”

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  • You are probably referring to http://wiki.wordpress.org . These instructions are only valid on the wiki, ie when you want to create a new wiki page. If you want to create a new page on your blog, use the ‘write’ screen in your WP Admin Panel.
    OTOH, if you wanted to contribute to the wiki, please direct your efforts at the new wiki at http://codex.wordpress.org (careful, page creation works differently there, so don’t string any words together).

    Instead of stringing words together as in phpWiki, how its done in WP, to link pages? Is there a quick method?

    Do you mean on a WP blog? Personally, I just enter links by hand, and create a new article through the Admin Panel. But there are several plugins that a) let you ad a wiki subsite, b) let you create new blog entries by StringingWordsTogether in another entry. And other wiki-related stuff. But you’ll have to search for them.

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