Every Snippet gets a dedicated analysis "focus" page in a CMS, and can appear as a "titled" link to its unique focus page

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So for example, in Drupal™ (which has a concept of a "node", which can be represented as a full web page or as a compact "teaser"), this very Snippet has this page as its focus page.

Using tricks like Drupal's input filters and rich query views, the Snippet can be made to appear anywhere else in the Content Management System (CMS) linked back to here, merely by referring to the "node identifier", like this:

Every Snippet gets a dedicated analysis "focus" page in a CMS, and can appear as a "titled" link to its unique focus page

Note that the above linked text was generated, not typed, so any changes in the title representing the Snippet will propagate to every link instance. That means no typing mistakes in link names ever again (unless they are made in the title of the Snippet of course).

A focus page for a Snippet may link to further child pages dedicated to a Snippet, however a Snippet must always have at least one (and only one) dedicated, unique, focus page.

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