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How to Fix Broken Links

In this Monokle tutorial, we will illustrate the steps to fix broken links.

Let’s get started!

1. Launch Monokle

Note: Please follow this Getting Started guide to install Monokle 🚀

Launch Monokle and, on the welcome screen, there are three options to start working with projects:

  • Select an exisiting folder.
  • Create an empty project.
  • Start from a template.

Click Select an existing project to add your project folder containing K8 resources.

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2. Select Folder

Select your folder to parse its manifest in the file explorer.

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In the file explorer, you can view manifests, including their resources, and their relationships.

3. Navigate Resource Manifests

Scroll up & down to navigate and select the required manifests.

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Once you select a manifest, its related resources will be highlighted automatically in the navigator.

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Scroll down in the navigator and hover over a resource link with a warning signal.

Note: The link with a warning signal indicates that the link is broken.

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Click on the link provided in the tooltip.

Note: The source code for the specific resource will be highlighted automatically in the editor.

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Manually update the name of the highlighted dead endpoint with a working endpoint to fix the broken link.

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Note: The warning triangle will automatically go away once a valid link is provided.

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