Dotted underline for non-existent page links
It would be great to have a feature that can distinguish between links to existent wiki pages, and links to non-existent
PMWiki uses a dotted underline followed by a superscript question mark to indicate a link to a non-existent page, and
a regular underline otherwise. See the attached pic, IoB_Basement and IoB_InnerGarden are non-existent pages, while
the other regular underline pages exist.
I don't really care about the regular underline ones, but it would be nice to have something like a dotted underline
to indicate non-existent pages.
#2 Updated by Jean-Philippe Lang about 12 years ago
A few enhancements were committed in rev 714. Links to non-existent
wiki pages now appears in red.
- issue and changeset links generated only if the object exists
- issue subject and status appear in the link title
- strike issue link if issue is closed
- red wiki page link if page doesn't exist
#3 Updated by Neil Rodrigues about 12 years ago
Well, we don't use the Wiki that frequently, so disabling
wiki page caching would be no problem for me.
I believe that Wikipedia also uses an indicator for
non-existent pages. From a user standpoint, I think it's
more important to know which pages exist and which don't,
rather than how fast they load on my browser.