We'd love to have articles linking back and forth between the two wikis. To make a quick link to the elf article on the main PF wiki, simply put [[pfw:Elf|Elf]] in the article. There's really no reason to have an article on the Darklands on this wiki unless there's PFO-specific information or mechanics on the location that don't belong on the main wiki. An article here on Desna, for example, might discuss the mechanics of worshiping her in PFO, locations where there are temples to her in the Crusader Road region, and so forth. Most of the information about Desna, her holy symbol, her rivalry with Ghlaunder, and so forth, however, doesn't need to be repeated. This way, any changes or updates to the main wiki article don't need to also be added to this wiki, meaning you just have to edit one place per update.
One of the things on my to-do list is to make a template that adds a boilerplate to an article on this wiki that points to an associated or related article on the main wiki. Until that time, please add any article that you link to the main wiki to the category: Category:Articles linking to PathfinderWiki — Yoda8myhead (talk) 19:50, 23 September 2014 (UTC)
- Perfect! Thank you!Dazyk (talk) 22:05, 23 September 2014 (UTC)
update interface controls w/ company iconDone
How do I link this: http://pfo.pathfinderwiki.com/pw/User_talk:Dazyk ; so that I can updated "this" page with the answer, so no one will wonder again. I have yet to figure out linking, but at least I learned about signatures! :)
Giorgio 20:05, 8 November 2014 (UTC) you just did :) also, users can click on the "talk" link beside your name when you sign a post. Dazyk (talk) 20:17, 8 November 2014 (UTC) @Dazyk,
Let me rephrase that. How do I make a link without all the words, like on Paizo: "[url=" + "actual link" + "]Place a name for link here][/url]" ?
Giorgio 20:21, 8 November 2014 (UTC)
- ah, I see. You use [[link|link text]]