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Le 2010-10-26 16:08, Benjamin Horst a écrit :

On Oct 26, 2010, at 3:51 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
Hi Ben, I am a little confused as to what is not working. The "Index Page", I did not attach a link to it as 
originally, I was going to link it the the main "Marketing" page but was waiting for anyone on the US mailist 
to agree with this. Otherwise I haven't had any problems with links.

This breadcrumb link is something that MediaWiki automatically adds to the page, so it doesn't 
require any user action to implement. In the current example, it would add a link on the 
US-Marketing page that points back to its parent page, which is Marketing. (This is solely 
determined by the page URL and name.) It wasn't noticeable until I looked very closely, but it's a 
small configuration change in the wiki that improves its level of refinement a bit.

What you can do manually, though, is add [[Category:Marketing]] to the bottom of the US-Marketing 
page. Then you can go to the category archive page for Marketing to see a list of all pages that 
have been so tagged:


Benjamin Horst
646-464-2314 (Eastern)

Hi Ben, thanks for the reply. I was just waiting for a US Marketing team member(s) to agree to this. Should we also get feedback from the "Marketing" group in general to "hang our shingle" on the main Marketing Wiki page?

IMO, I think it should show there.


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