Store main links in a central node
In the hint Insert hyperlinks into standard article templates in Hyperlink hints and tips we showed how inserting a hyperlink in a template node ensures that all new nodes cloned from it contain this link. I
It can be useful to create a central node, a so-called INDEX node.
The INDEX node can contain hyperlinks to:
- The main external files you are likely to access from the present file.
- Template nodes used within the current file
- The Root node
- Any nodes you bookmark so you can return to them later.
- An alphabetical listing of sub-index nodes
Handy hint: Bookmark your INDEX node. Then you can jump to it immediately by clicking or double-clicking it (depending on your Options settings), or by pressing Ctrl+[bookmark number]. You can also jump to the Root node by pressing Ctrl+0 (zero).