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Linkit gives you an easy interface with an ‘autocomplete’ field to search for content on your site, and then link to it. In other words, it provides search functionality to find the content on your site and insert the corresponding internal link. Using the same interface, you can also insert external links. So you can insert links, both internal and external, with the same interface.
It supports internal links to nodes, users, taxonomy terms, files and comments, etc. With this module, you do not need to copy or remember the target URL, or go back and forth to find out and verify the exact link. It provides a more user-friendly interface well integrated with the insert link function of the editor.

Text tutorial:

TABLE OF CONTENT:
00:00 – Introduction
01:46 – Download Linkit using Composer
03:21 – Install Linkit
03:41 – Configure linkit
05:22 – Using Linkit
07:06 – Debug linkit not working
08:48 – Editor Advanced Link module
09:21 – Download Editor Advanced Link module
10:44 – Configure Editor Advanced Link module
13:24 – Linkit profiles
14:16 – Create Linkit profile
18:43 – Ending

Commands:
composer require drupal/linkit:^6.0.0-beta2
composer require drupal/editor_advanced_link

Modules:
– Linkit (
– Editor Advanced Link (

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