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Question: Do we need ID tags in h2 for Handbook page? #2811

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stefanos82 opened this Issue Jun 2, 2017 · 1 comment

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stefanos82 commented Jun 2, 2017

@ralsina Now that Nikola supports permalinks on header tags, do we need ID tags?

For example, for All You Need to Know h2 tag we have a link https://www.getnikola.com/handbook.html#id11, but right next to Contents sidebar, if we hover on All You Need to Know bullet point, we get the following link https://www.getnikola.com/handbook.html#all-you-need-to-know that matches the new permalink.

Should we consider ID tags as a deprecated feature or what is not removed by mistake?

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Those #idXX tags link back to the table of contents, and are created by of reST/docutils. #all-you-need-to-know is also created by reST, not Nikola — in case of reST documents, Nikola only adds the ¶ links. I don’t think any changes in this are necessary.

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Kwpolska commented Jun 2, 2017

Those #idXX tags link back to the table of contents, and are created by of reST/docutils. #all-you-need-to-know is also created by reST, not Nikola — in case of reST documents, Nikola only adds the ¶ links. I don’t think any changes in this are necessary.

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