Editor’s Note: Written by Chris Illias.
If you are writing a knowledge base article, the current method of providing a link to another KB article unfortunately does not support anchors (bug 398768). This means that if you are writing an article, and want to provide a link to default profile locations, ((Profiles#Profile_folder_locations)) will not work. Some people are working around this by using [/kb/Profiles#Profile_folder_locations|Profiles].
While this does work, it is going to create problems in the long run. We are still renaming the odd article here and there. If you use ((articlename)), and we rename the target article, that link gets automatically updated. If you use the square brackets method, the links to the article are not updated.
So please, do not link to anchors in other articles, until bug 398768 is fixed.
The same goes for links to anchors within the same article. If I remember correctly, there’s a proper tikiwiki way to do that, which we are trying to recall.