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LimeSurvey Manual 3 years 2 months ago #95311

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I have noticed that now every time I follow a link about LimeSurvey I am redirected to the home page of the LimeSurvey manual. For example, I wanted to follow a link provided by Tony on answer #60354, regarding how to skip entire groups. However, when I click the link it takes me directly to the manual home page. This means I have to search again, instead of going directly to the link.

The same happens if you google something related to LimeSurvey. For example I googled for "limesurvey array validation" and it shows me this




but it doesn't take me directly to the link...just to the homepage of the manual.

Has this behavior been implemented on purpose, or is it a problem on my end?

ricardo
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LimeSurvey Manual 3 years 2 months ago #95312

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We switched to a new Wiki software, so all links have changed. On top of that the link to the manual has changed from docs.limesurvey.org to manual.limesurvey.org . It will just take a little time until Google has indexed the new pages and removed the old ones.
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Carsten Schmitz
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LimeSurvey Manual 3 years 2 months ago #95445

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The "question type" wiki pages all seem to be broken for me. The links to wiki content under the Core and Advanced settings sections all show up as
{INCLUDE(page="Core question settings",start="!mandatory",stop="---")}{INCLUDE}

Here's an example:
manual.limesurvey.org/Question_type_-_Array
Thanks,
Matt
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LimeSurvey Manual 3 years 2 months ago #95450

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Waiting for the new indexation you can the most of the time access your page using Google web cache... (implemented exactly for this kind of situation ;) )
You just have to click on the green arrow at the end of the url.
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Benoît

EM Variables => bit.ly/1TKQyNu | EM Roadmap => bit.ly/1UTrOB4
All LS releases => bit.ly/1VMuTDu | 2.06lts => bit.ly/1Qv44A1
Demo surveys => bit.ly/20NW9V8 (already included in /docs/demosurveys)
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LimeSurvey Manual 3 years 2 months ago #95451

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Thanks, Ben_V -- the problem I'm talking about is in the page itself. Appears to be some issue with the {INCLUDE} syntax. I was looking at cached pages earlier, so I know that works, but once the Google issues work themselves out, the wiki pages themselves will still be broken.
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