Some examples of using shortcuts include:
[[!article 760@Autzoo.UUCP]] [[!google foo]]
This page controls what shortcut links the wiki supports.
- shortcut article points to http://article.olduse.net/%s
- shortcut google points to https://encrypted.google.com/search?q=%s
- shortcut archive points to http://web.archive.org/*/%S
- shortcut wikipedia points to https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/%s
To add a new shortcut, use the
directive. In the url, "%s" is replaced with the
text passed to the named shortcut, after url encoding
it, and '%S' is replaced with the raw, non-encoded text. The optional
desc parameter controls the description of the link.
Remember that the
name you give the shortcut will become a new
directive. Avoid using a
name that conflicts
with an existing directive. These directives also accept a
parameter that will override the one provided at definition time.