Interlinks

Description

Create internal Wiki-style links in your WordPress blog. Easy to use and once you’ve started you won’t be able to live without it. Simply put [[ and ]] around a post or page title and it will link to the post/page in your blog. Also supports [[Post Title|This is a link to a post]] style tags. This form of linking is common in wiki sites and speeds up internal linking considerably.

Support

You may obtain support for this plugin from the support centre.

Download

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Updates

The free version of the plugin updates using the WordPress dashboard. Whenever a new version comes out WordPress will notify you.

11 thoughts on “Interlinks

  1. Johnnie

    Great plugin… Doesn’t seem to work with custom post types though.. any idea how I can get it to work?

    Thanks!

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      1. Crafty Coding Post author

        Hiya,

        I tested the plugin with custom types and it worked fine. The only criteria of an included post is that it’s published (i.e not a draft). Do you still have this problem? 

         

         

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  2. Spiffo

    Would be nice if you could also provide an “external link” version, where you could put [[http://www.website.com|click here]], and perhaps even indicate such an off-site link with a little arrow (like wikipedia etc.).

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  3. Spiffo

    Would be nice if you could also provide an “external link” version, where you could put [[http://www.website.com|click here]], and perhaps even indicate such an off-site link with a little arrow (like wikipedia etc.).
    Other nice to have: also allow linking to the slug of a link… 

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  4. Tero

    Hi,
    Very useful plugin, thanks!
    One question: is it possible to link to a specific post/page in a hierarchy with the plugin?
    Explanation: I’ve got (for example) a page titled ‘Info’ that I can easily link to, but also another page with the same title, but a different slug (‘en/info’). Can I link to the latter somehow? 

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    1. Crafty Coding Post author

      The config section is in Dashboard > Settings > Reading. I should add better documentation for this plugin. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. If you have any questions or problems then be sure to open a ticket. Have fun!

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