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Links


Use links to create a hyper-link to another page, a file, or another website.


Syntax

There are several types of link.


Normal link

[wiki:page#heading]


The wiki and heading are optional. The page is the page name (not the page heading). In its most simple form, the syntax is [page]. When the link is clicked, the page 'page' in the current wiki is displayed. If the heading is specified, the page automatically scrolls to the given heading.


Renamed link

[[wiki:page#heading][new name]]

[[page][$image$]]


Inline link

[a phrase?Some definition or information.]


External link

[http://www.web-address.com]

[file://filename.ext]


External links can be used as renamed links.


Examples

- Wiki Text -

[Links]: links to this page.


- Formatted Text -

Links: links to this page.


- Wiki Text -

[[help:links#examples][My link]]: links to Examples heading on this page.


- Formatted Text -

My link: links to Examples heading on this page.


- Wiki Text -

[Inline Link?A link that displays a popup box of information when the mouse cursor is placed over it.]


- Formatted Text -

Inline Link


Details

Links should be used wherever possible on a page. When used properly, they assist in finding and cross-referencing information.


Renamed links can display an image rather than text if the image syntax is used. If the image is clicked, the link is followed.


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