Yes, I think there is: the English Wikipedia has an "exists" template
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Exists> to check if a particular
page has been created yet.
Jan Vanoverpelt wrote:
2006/4/4, Jan Vanoverpelt
Thank you all
for the help: it works now!
...BUT 1 practical problem is still there:
1) The user clicks on an image, which refers to a non-existing page.
2) The user is linked to the non-existing page's edit-box in which the
preloaded text is written.
3) The user adds some additional text and saves the page.
4) The user leaves the pages, surfs around on the wiki and goes back
image through which he previously created the new
page. This is the
where the practical problem jumps in: the user clicks
on the image,
is AGAIN taken directly to the edit-box INSTEAD OF
being taken to the
page (which exists now, so he does not have to be
linked directly to the
edit-box of the page).
I think this problem is due to the fact that i have created some kind of
"hard link" behind the image, so that the user is always forced to go
directly to the edit-box with the preloaded text in it. Is there a way to
fix this, so that the user (after he/she visited the non-existing
the first time, added something and saved it) is
directly taken to the
actual page the second time (like is done in case of "normal" links) ??
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