Wiki-links (see) may be labelled as “folgezettel” if you are writing a “structure note” (or hub note, or index note). Folgezettel links are used to curate a tree-like structure (termed ) for your zettelkasten, which structure is used in both and .
To mark a wiki-link as “folgezettel”, put the
# letter to either the end or the beginning of the link. The position of
# indicates the direction of the folgezettel relationship.
# Programming paradigms There are different kinds of programming paradigms: * [[Functional Programming]]# * [[Imperative Programming]]#
# is placed at the end1, as illustrated above, the current zettel becomes the (structural) parent of the linked note. Let’s look at the opposite example,
# Haskell Haskell is an example of a language with #[[Functional Programming]] paradigm.
# is placed at the beginning of the link; thus, the linked zettel (“Functional Programming”) becomes the parent of the current zettel (“Haskell”). Notice that, conceptually, this is equivalent to tagging; i.e.,
#[[Foo]] is semantically equivalent to
#foo. Thus, the use of folgezettel links can obviate for most typical use cases.
[[[..]]]to create forward folgezettel links. These are still supported for backwards compatability, but users should use