This category discusses link types, linking strategies, and graph theory as it applies to hypertext, transforming graphs back into hierarchies (eg. for a table-of-contents in a book).
Types of Links
LocalLink are links to pages on the same wiki.
LocalNames is a strategy for having wiki-like linking, to & from every medium.
BackLinks works backwards, to tell you, “What points to this page?”
StableLink discusses problems with URI’s changing, and how wiki should address the challenge.
clean linking is a way to make links look alike wikilandia-wide.
ForwardIndex describes a menu of pages reachable from the current page.
AutomaticForwardIndex describes what metadata is required to create it automatically
SiteNavigation refers to the method of providing structure, meaningful navigation