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Page naming for the DevMo Wiki is relatively straightforward, but it's important you get it correct in order to take full advantage of the custom breadcrumb extension that we have added.
One Page Articles
Content with a Unique Title
If you are adding an article or other content that only requires a single page in the wiki, simply use the name of that article as the page name.
Content with a non-Unique Title
Wherever possible, you should try to create content with unique titles, in order to simplify the page naming as much as possible. If this is impossible, prefix the title with the topic, followed by a colon.
For example, if I needed to add a page called "Optimization", simply calling the page "Optimization" would create a possible conflict as Optimization can apply to a wide variety of topics within the wiki. If my Optimization article was specifically about CSS, I could either expand my title so it is unique (ie: CSS Optimization) or I could prefix the title with "CSS:" (ie: CSS:Optimization).
It is a "best-practice" within this wiki to have unique article titles wherever possible.
If the content you are adding to the wiki requires multiple pages, there are a number of approaches you can take towards page naming.
Unique Associated Page Names
If your multi-page content is relatively short, you could give each page a unique-but-associated name. For example:
These page names don't allow you to take advantage of the breadcrumb extension, but are unique and obviously associated with one another. It's a simple, flat structure for the content.
Associated Page Names that are Breadcrumb-friendly
An alternate way to name the pages discussed above is as follows:
This colon-delimited page naming scheme allows us to create much more complex document structures, and lets us take advantage of the breadcrumb extension we have added.
If you want to use the breadcrumb extension in your pages, you must use the colon-delimited page naming system described here.