title: My internal linking practices.
My internal linking practices.
A standalone letter or number indicates a child link. “A” on “1” is a link to “1A”.
A sibling note is linked with a hyphen prefixing its sibling identifier. A link to “2C” on “2B” looks like “-C”.
A level-relative link is prefixed with a forward slash followed by the relative path within the given catalogue section. “2122,2A” can link to “2122,33C” with “/33C”.
Notes that don’t share the same catalogue section must use full links.
Notes can continue onto new cards where space demands via a link like “X-E”, in the lower right corner. Read as “continued on sibling E”. These tied notes are regarded as the same note, though they can be linked to individually.