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TitleLink Plugin

** TitleLink 3.6.1 is compatible with Joomla 3.2 **
TitleLink is a must have to link between Joomla! articles without using cryptic hyperlinks. TitleLink also minimizes the risk of breaking article links when changes are made to the target article. In contrast to other extensions TitleLink doesn't need the article ids to find your article - so you always get exactly the right links. It always dynamically finds the right hyperlink to your articles! To learn more about this great plugin have a look at the always current documentation: https://github.com/gesellix-joomla/titlelink#readme .

** 2013-11-18: a new release is available for Joomla 3.2 users **

** 2012-04-12: TitleLink has moved from the old Joomlacode repository to GitHub. Tracker items will be copied to the according issues page at GitHub, too. **

Currently supported components are:
- com_alberghi ( http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/alberghi/ )
- com_artforms ( http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/jartforms/ )
- com_content ( Joomla! )
- com_docman ( http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/docman/ )
- com_menu ( Joomla! )
- com_peoplebook ( does anyone know the homepage? See http://www.dragonet.de/joomla/komponenten-module/peoplebook-fuer-1.5-legacy.html for a Joomla 1.5 version )
- com_remository ( http://remository.com/ )
- com_shortlink ( http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/gesellix/ )
- com_virtuemart ( http://virtuemart.net/ )
- com_jmovies ( http://www.joomitaly.com/ )

The changelog can be found at https://github.com/gesellix-joomla/titlelink/blob/develop/plg_titlelink/changelog.php

Please support further development and feel free to donate at http://www.gesellix.de/ . Thank you!

If you encounter any problems please note me through the plugin site (Tracker) or my private homepage!

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2014-07-02
Reviews: 2
Thank you for this excellent Title plugin - I don't know how other webmasters can run their site without this. It should be in the core!
2012-05-28
Reviews: 2
I wish I had learned about this earlier in my Joomla existence. It's SO easy to make links to other articles in 2.5 with this plug-in. Thanks for working hard to make it easy for the end user.
2012-03-26
Reviews: 14
Thank you very much for this plug-in. On my site, the original Joomla 2.5.3 "insert article link" button doesn't work properly (it makes bad links to article ID). For entire day I was testing many plug-ins... Neither didn't work at all!!!... And suddenly I found your TitleLink! The only one plug-in which works perfectly! - As described.... I am very thankful. Best Regards
2011-11-24
Reviews: 1
I know it is Good plugin. I am new to to this plugin, how to use it? please help me.
2010-10-06
Reviews: 97
Today I tried the v3.2.0 of Titlelink plugin, it works fine.

This is a great idea to create internal links. However, I am thinking of another better usage: I can use it to turn the article system into a Wiki.

Two things need to be improved:

1. If I enabled "auto create link", then, on the "submit article" form, the "title" should be automatically filled (or just hidden to prevent manual input), because the Article Title HAD been specified in the syntax code.

2. If I disable "auto create link" feature, the text is showing up as Bold style. However, I think they should be just plain text.

Thanks.
2010-01-15
Reviews: 21
Hyperlinking to pages should be so simple ... but it isn't! This simple bit of kit is THE business. Simple, quick and it works!
Support is quick and excellent too, realized I was typing 'in' (for insert) instead of 'ln'(for line) once I got that sorted it couldn't have been easier.
Well done Tobias and I agree this should be standard in Joomla.
2009-08-15
Reviews: 1
This is A very good plug-in, Just I like it.
2009-04-22
Reviews: 7
Well. I was struggling for a couple of days to get a proper internal linking structure. I never wanted to created a menu link, but I just needed to publish a page and then link it internally, I had tremendous internal links and the tinymce or JCE is useless. JCE is worthwhile but if you want SEF url's then it will drain the juice. This title link plugin was just a fly, It did miracle, I was able to link to the content item in seconds by just a single command of {ln:} I was further surprised to see that my SEF url was seen when i put a mouse over the link !!! That was the best !!! It should be the core !! I will be the first person to vote for the core for this plugin !!

Enjoy Team !! Excellent Excellent work !! If I had more words to appreciate it I would have given it !! Keep it up and Up and UUP @ :)
2009-03-01
Reviews: 54
I was upgrading a clients site from 1.0 to 1.5 and found this plugin was used on the 1.0 site with several hundred links.

Thank goodness there was a 1.5 compatible version.
I simply uploaded and activated it, and all the links started working perfectly again.

So I discovered this plugin by chance.
Very nice indeed !
2009-01-08
Reviews: 7
Thanks Tobias for this great Plug-in. Easy to Install and Easy to Understand, working perfect in Joomla 1.5.7 (legacy mode)
Now my clients have not panic when crates internal and external Links.
I recomend this for all User.

This is what a support should be like
2008-10-24
Reviews: 1
Installing Titlelink 3.0.7 with my Joomla 1.5 some of the links worked, some did not and I could not figure out why. Writing a short email to the develpoer, Tobias he could fix the problem together with me within minutes - Thanks a lot! This is what a support should be like!
2008-10-02
Reviews: 1
Especially without an editor this plugin is very useful. Without editors you cannot use editor plugins and buttons so other solutions won't work. TitleLink gives you the possibility to link to other articles and even external sites without using popups.

Great!
2008-09-18
Reviews: 5
TitleLink is an indispensable tool! I have used in on every site I have built for the past 2 years.

How else can you generate a dynamic link that can adjust to changing locations and domain names? This is it! With TitleLink, I can set up all of my internal links at the development site and they still work when we move servers or transfer domain names. And if I move the section or category for an article later on, then the link still works.

Plus, the developer, Tobias, is the best. I contacted him with a problem I was experiencing with V3.0.5 in J1.5.x sites, and he replied IMMEDIATELY and worked with me to find a solution. And this is a FREE extension!! I WISH I could get this kind of support from some of the commercial extensions that I am using!

(By the way, if you had a problem using TitleLink in your Joomla 1.5 site, please try again using version 3.0.6. You will not regret it.)
2007-10-19
Reviews: 1
I've just installed the plugin in 1.5 RC3 and so far it works beautifully. I have tried both links to internal articles by title and to Wikipedia by phrase -- no problem. It's great that the plugin allows changing the separator, since several of my titles contain colons (:). I'm impressed by the number of ways the plugin link can be specified, including opening new windows, defining the class of the link, searching any one of a long provided list of sites, even appending an anchor reference. The developers have clearly used the plugin themselves extensively, and have made it very versatile. Highly recommended!
RBJ
2007-09-18
Reviews: 4
This is really a nice plugin. I had trouble creating external links to my content. This one helped me and works like a charm.

Keep up the good work guys!!
2007-08-29
Reviews: 3
This is such a time saver. You can easily create links in your content to other items and web sites.
2007-03-13
Reviews: 3
Exactly what I needed for userfriendly linking, and it works great! I simply use the syntax (link:Welcome to Joomla!).

There's even a component that converts your syntax if changed.

Thank u so much!
2007-01-30
Reviews: 2
Works great and is so easy to use!
2007-01-26
Reviews: 1
Liked it - easy install and use - made linking so much easier!
2007-01-23
Reviews: 8
Yes, I do think this is a lovely plugin. I have only just installed it and worked through info to see how it works, but allready this seems like a sensible tool!
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