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Multiple URLs

It is possible to associate mutltiple URLs to a UIkey[1] . Simply separate each URL with a semi-colon (";") in the URL zone of the registration page.

Email Addresses - Part #1

It is possible to associate an email address with a UIkey. Simply mention the email address in the URL zone of the registration page.

Email Addresses - Part #2

You can use <UIKey> to provide mail links in your web pages. Instead of having something like <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@domain.com">Firstname Lastname</a> you can now use a key of <UIKey> which will point to the email address but which will NOT look like any email address:

1. Create a key in <UIKey> (e.g. "email") and have it pointing to 
   firstname.lastname@domain.com
2. The code in your web page can now be:
   <a href="http://ui.tl/?f=email">Firstname Lastname</a>

The default mail program will then be invoked like if you were using the mailto protocol. If you make this key private, nobody will be able to query the information from <UIKey>.

Anchors In Targetted Pages

You can refer to a specific anchor of a page when you mention where the key points to in the URL zone of the registration page. Example: http://www.latosensu.be/articles/core/cmmi/#glossary (try this with the "CMMI" key).

Keys Can Contain Keys (KCCK)

The target of a key can contain other keys. For example, the "CALL-ME" key can be resolved as "tel:·MY-PHONE-NUMBER·" where "MY-PHONE-NUMBER" is yet another key. The final target is a concatenation of all the inner keys.

Footnotes

[1] … A key of <UIKey>.