[Neos] Inline Links

nikos nick at jamalade.com
Wed Dec 17 16:15:11 CET 2014

Hi Bastian

I agree that a more sophisticated inline link editor is needed. I know that they way I have been linking to content elements (on the same Document 
[page], or another Document [page] ) has resulted in absolute uri's but it's the compromise I have had to make, so far, to get the inline links 
without resorting to custom html.

It would be helpful to be able to define also what type of content elements can be linked to, similar how you can with reference types in inspector, 
however this would need an id attribute (or similar to link to).

Not sure if I can help in anyway with this, but if I can guidance would be welcome.


On 17/12/2014 14:09, Bastian Waidelich wrote:
> nikos wrote:
> Hi,
>> Really sorry ignore my post [...]
> Don't be sorry. In fact you brought up an interesting topic:
>>> Up to now, Neos 1.1, I have been able to
>>> link to id's like /myotherpage.html#mycontentid which would resolve to
>>> /mysite/myotherpage.html#mycontentid.
> I didn't know this was possible. I thought you could only link to assets, nodes or external URIs (starting with "http://...").
> Just bear in mind: you're actually creating an absolute URI with that. So that won't work any longer if you move the target page or rename the anchor.
> IMO there's no way around a sophisticated link editor that allows for selecting the target content element, specifying some kind of link type (that
> affects the rendering).. See [1] for a related ticket.
> [1] https://jira.typo3.org/browse/NEOS-860

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