Daniel Mayer wrote in part:
Links on the TOC to specific modules would have info in
them (after a & or ?)
that would give placement info. So clicking on a link to the first module in
Chapter one would give
I see one problem with this -- this URL is not static if we change the TOC.
My solution: each module should have a unique, descriptive name,
like [[Carboxyl group]], so <http://textbook.wikibook.org/en/Carboxyl_group>
will always get you to that module, but with no Previous/Next links.
however, will give you the links appropriate to textbook #45369.
(We can let every English textbook use the same system here,
so there's no need to specify "organic chemstiry level 1" in the URL.)
Then the "Next page" link goes to, say,
with both the moduleid and the title of the page having changed.
Play around with this link:
Change the project and station ids and that will change which entry you are
That works well, except that as in your suggestion,
if they change the database, then it's not static.
("This page gives an overview of the null. Data was collected in null.
Use the menu on the left to get more information about the". ^_^)