wb does the best effort to find your document. Whether you are
a disciplined wiki author using proper
CamelCaseTitles or just
throwing some docs around (and moving them endlessly),
wb will try its best to always
resolve your documents.
Tip: see also Backlinks
You can link
wb documents using Wiki-like syntax:
This will resolve to either:
link.mdfile, if present in current document’s directory. In this case, the HTML link contents will resolve to Document Titles.
link/index.htmlif present, relative to current document’s directory. In this case, the HTML link contents will resolve to directory name.
any document, in any location, that is found first (no guarantees with
regards to the order) whose basename matches
link. For example if none of the above matches, but there is a
foo/bar/link.mdfile somewhere it will match.
- using “liberal search” – any document that is found first (no guarantees with regards to the order) whose title matches “link”. The match is exact, but case insensetive, so a document with “LiNk” title will match, whereas a title “Some link” will not. In this case, the HTML link contents will resolve to Document Titles.
Overriding document titles
Optionally document titles can be overriden with special wikilinks syntax:
Linking to tags
Document Tags can be linked using the same wikilinks syntax but with a hash
#) prepended to the document title. Example: