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From Dave Brondsema <>
Subject Re: How to make intra-Wiki links that do not show up with squared brackets?
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2014 14:05:25 GMT
The square brackets are default because they are a common theme throughout
allura.  For example, tickets can be referenced like [#123] or commit revisions
like [r47] or [ff9cb3e], and more.

If you want to make your wiki links not include the brackets, you can do
something like this:


Hope that helps.

On 6/2/14 1:39 PM, Robert wrote:
> Hi,
> I am new to Apache Allura Wiki. I know the MediaWiki syntax very well and I have
> read the syntax documentation
> However the documentation about links to other Wiki pages within the same Wiki
> just shows the markup syntax but contains no examples how the result will look
> in the Wiki page.
> When ever I create a link to a Wiki page like [MyWikiPage] in my Wiki on
> the link is created but the display text is identical to the code!
> In detail the Wiki code "[MyWikiPage]" is rendered in HTML as
> <a class="alink notfound" href="../MyWikiPage">[MyWikiPage]</a>
> As you can see the squared brackets are still visible in the HTML page which is
> ugly and disturbing. If that can't be changed the Allure/ Wiki is
> useless to me...
> Robert

Dave Brondsema : : personal : programming

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