What do you mean N*ow, I would like to link a tiddler from file B.html, 
let's say "HowToCookAnElephant" into file A.html.*

I use dozens of TiddlyWikis, It you want to reference a tiddler in another 
wiki I obtain its for Permalink using the More tiddler menu/ permalink

An copy the full address from the browser edit bar


This can be placed in any tiddler, clicking opens the wiki and that tiddler 
(Carful if open in another window/tab)

Or make a nice title


Depending on your expertise (as it develops) other solutions are available.

Tell us more clearly what you are trying to achieve, not so much how you 
are trying to achieve it.


On Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 3:57:15 AM UTC+11, Daniel Plev wrote:
> Hello, 
> sorry if my question comes nooby but I am new to TiddlyWiki and 
> markup-language.
> I am looking for a solution of the following problem I am facing; I have 
> two separate TiddlyWiki files, created and manages by TiddlyDesktop. Lets 
> call them A.html and B.html located in the same local directory.
> Now, I would like to link a tiddler from file B.html, let's say 
> "HowToCookAnElephant" into file A.html.
> What I did is, create a new tiddler in A.html "Cooking" with file_name 
> "_canonical_uri" and "../B#HowToCookAnElephant" but it could not be loaded.
> I played around a bit with the relative path but no chance to make it work.
> I would appreciate any  help, ... 
> Thanks ,
> BR Daniel

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