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What is selfLink?¶
selfLink is a simple snippet for MODX Revolution which can help create links or anchors to a page by direction like 'up', 'next' and 'previous'.
selfLink was first released on March 8, 2011 and was created by Bert Oost.
selfLink was created as a Revolution snippet, and should function on all versions since 2.0.0. If you notice inconsistencies in certain versions, please inform the developer on the forum topic.
Download & Installation¶
To get started using the selfLink snippet, simply go to System -> Package Manager -> Add new extra -> provider: modxcms.com -> MODX add-ons -> Content and find selfLink. Download the package, and install it in the main package manager workspace.
selfLink is an easy to use snippet which can be used in a few different ways using the parameters.
|direction||Enter one of the values like 'up', 'next' or 'previous|
|id||(optional) Enter the ID of the resource where the link must be from||Current page ID|
|tpl||(optional) The chunkname to use for the link presentation||
|linktext||(optional) Alternative link text. When not entered, the resource pagetitle is used|
Minimum call for getting a link to the next resource in the tree
Forum topic for selfLink 0.1-rc1: (soon)
Github repository: https://github.com/bertoost/MODx-SelfLink