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I use global redirect, pathauto and redirect modules.

Everything is fine, except one situation: I couldn't find the anwser, maybe it is very easy problem.. I can give links to nodes by using "link" "redirection" modules. I creating new field with the type of Link. When i select links from the lists, i can link to any node by using "fields".

But i want to give links to nodes in "body" of "node". When i write

<a href="/node/12">click here</a>

In node content, the links is written with "node" word. But i want to see this link in page with its alias, like this:

<a href="/content/aliasOfNode12">click here</a>

Is it possible? Thank you for help.

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The Freelinking module allows you to add tokens in text fields

Just install. The syntax is [[nid:5]] if you want an aliased link to node/5

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  • thank you. but giving node id's as parameter, creates links with the node numbers like "node/5" rather than using node aliases.
    – trante
    Feb 24, 2012 at 21:01
  • That module creates the title and the alias from that token. Sorry if I didn't explain that well.
    – acouch
    Feb 24, 2012 at 21:28
  • I really appreciate your help. I was searching for this feature for 2 months. That really will help me :)))
    – trante
    Feb 25, 2012 at 9:14
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Other than using a process to rewrite the URLs, I don't know how to fix this after the fact.

In the future, though, the Linkit module integrates with WYSIWYGs and use filters to add URLs, which then get properly updated to the alias.

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  • FWIW, Linkit also creates a similar filter and token which ends up in the fields when you use it.
    – mpdonadio
    Feb 25, 2012 at 13:51

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