EDIT: Oh, by the way, I edited the titles of the two "Bluetooth tethering" items. Is that ok?
Yeah, but you just changed what the link says... and it looks like you killed the referenced page/link... I'll try to fix.
Quick note: you (or anyone) can change whatever the link reads, but the article (the physical) address of the existing page needs to be honored, otherwise the link leads nowhere. So in this example, the wikicode for the links should be:
*[[Bluetooth tethering phones tested to work|Bluetooth tethering - Phones tested to work]]
*[[How to get Bluetooth tethering to work|Bluetooth tethering - How to]]
*[[Bluetooth tethering - Phones tested to work]]
*[[Bluetooth tethering - How to]]
Of course the latter could
work, if you changed the name of the "article," created the necessary redirect pages, and/or checked and correct what already links to the previously named page.
And again thanks. I promise I won't change anything else. I checked out the link to "Editing" - My God what a complicated business. It's easier to design websites.
In the case of the changes I made above, of course, you're right - I should have followed through.The titles of the articles themselves need to match the TOC name - there's nothing worse than clicking on a named link only to arrive at a page with a diferent name. What you've done is too complicated, and unnecessary if the pages were titled correctly to match.
However, all that stuff about "creating the necessary redirect pages" is too much, and where are these links anyway?
I don't know the wiki special syntax, but I assume the presence of the brackets in the section edit page means "link to a page of the same name?".
Thanks again for the timely warning. Again I'm beginning to dip my toe into waters where I don't really want to swim.
I just wanted to post some info, not design web pages.
(Back to lurking).