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14.04.2013 16:50

Ever wrote a relationship but didn't know how to reference to that char in the blink of an eye? Well it's easy!

Let's take Mo as an example. If I wanted to add a new pet, I would add a list entry, with the name of the new pet in bold, to the current list. Since I use HTML to realize this, it'd look like this:

<li><b>Name</b>: Description and where he was discovered.</li>

Easy-peasy, hm? :) Well, sometimes, I would like to add a link into the name. To do this, I open the link of the other character profile and read it:
http://dragonsinn.tk/char/222
See the bold number? Yes, that is what is called the Character Identifier (cID). Now, we can totally use this method in our own stuff. Let's link to this character. Therefore we use HTML's anchors, the href="" attribute is the important part in this.

<li><b><a href="/char/222">Name</a></b>: Description and where he was discovered.</li>

The /char/222 tells the link to point to that other char with the cID of 222 - that simple.

Now that you know that, have fun trying, and happy linking :D. PS: The further changes to this site will involve automatic linking. ;)