OK so this is now sorted thanks to Benny Degezelle of Monkeypatch. Benny 
has put together an extension called 

A demo of how it works is found here

the radius tag is <r:find id="1234"/> so a link could look like <r:find 
id="1234"><r:url/></r:find> which allows you to shift pages around the 
tree without breaking the link.

On Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 11:10:36 AM UTC+13, Dean Satchell wrote:
> To futher explain, I have Food as the parent page and Fruit and Nuts as 
> the children. These each have children pages. But I also have a Healthy 
> Food page somewhere else and I want to link to just some of the food pages. 
> So I do this:
> <r:aggregate 
> paths="/fruit/apples/;/nuts/macadamias/"><r:each><r:link><r:title/></r:link></r:each></r:aggregate>
> But these links are still based only on urls or paths whereas I want to 
> build something more robust, based on page number. Something like:
> <r:aggregate 
> pages="/pages/1234;/pages/1239/"><r:each><r:link><r:title/></r:link></r:each></r:aggregate>
> On Monday, December 29, 2014 1:06:55 PM UTC+13, Dean Satchell wrote:
>> Radius is really useful for linking between parent and children content. 
>> However, I also need to cross reference pages with html links. Is there a 
>> way of using radius tags for linking to a page based on the page number 
>> (e.g. pages/1234/)? Url links will break when changes are made to the slug 
>> or the page is moved in the tree, whereas the page number never changes. 
>> Thanks in advance!


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