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Web Pages

A Web Page is a page of user-defined content. The contents and purpose are entirely up to you. You can use a web page instead of a short document (so people don't have to download it to read it), or as part of a wiki-style set of content pages in your community.

You can include text, images and links to other items in the community.

Linking between Web Page

When you create a web page you specify a name and description and then enter the content for the page. To make it easy to create wiki-style content, you can create links to other web pages by putting the name of the page inside double square brackets, eg. [[Company structure]], or [[Test Procedures]]. When you view the web page, the text in double square brackets will be shown as a link. When you click on those links, if a web page exists with that name then it will show that page, otherwise it will let you create a new web page for that link. This allows you to create linked web pages dynamically.

These double square bracket links also work for other item types in a community, so you can easily link to other items from your web page.

To link directly back to the community homepage, use the special name of [[homepage]].

Other Information

When viewing an individual web page a user can add comments (if they are enabled) which other community members will see and can be notified about.

One or more items (eg. files, pictures etc.) may also be associated with an individual web page, if related items are enabled for that web page. This is done by adding a new Related Item to the web page. These related items are then also visible to other community members, when they view that web page, in the "Related Items" section.

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