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Hi there, Has anyone implemented getting Twiki to insert a back reference to the referring page when you are creating a new topic?

So, for instance, if I create a page called MainPage that says:


This has three items:

  • ItemOne
  • ItemTwo
  • ItemThree


Then if I create ItemOne by clicking on it, its default contents are:


See MainPage

-- MartinCleaver - 26 Mar 2001


I looked at implementing this with the Search function. Immediately, the first problem was getting search to return a link instead of a whole reference line.

But, after grinning and bearing it, and after creating a few pages, I soon came to realize that one typically doesn't want to know about all the links that reference this page - especially when writing directed documentation. (If you really want to know this, then just click on the Ref-By link at the bottom of the page.)

However, I agree that one might want to use a function in the "new" template that can acquire the "page that was clicked on" that got the user to the new template. Unfortunately, I have no idea how to implement this!

-- BruceDawson - 27 Mar 2001

I think it would be just a case of passing in a created-by parameter on the URL line with the name of the page that had seen the undefined topic and having the create script use this to create a back link.

-- MartinCleaver - 28 Mar 2001

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