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Internal links in the knowledge base articles

VDamoy 5 months ago updated by lodopidolo 4 months ago 1

It would be very useful to be able to place links in an article in the knowledge base, that lead to another place in the same article. This would make it easier to navigate through a long article, or even to make a table of contents.

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I think it should go further.

GLPI should allow the creation of internal links to the resources it manages just like Redmine does for example (https://redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/RedmineTextFormattingMarkdown).

In other words, it is possible to create a mark for articles in the knowledge base, tickets, inventoried goods, documents, etc.

Each managed object should have a mark and a number specification (internal code) or description, and should automatically generate the link.

Example:

  • #kb:1 to indicate article 1 of the knowledge base
  • #kb:"title of knowledge base article"
  • #prj:1 or #prj:"project name" to indicate projects
  • #prj:1#tsk:12 or #prj:1#tsk:"task title" to indicate a task of a project
  • etc for the rest of the resources.

All with the intention of not referring to a complete URL, since they are not external resources but internal resources.

Regards.