Links

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Links within markdown are very simple and can be added with the following markdown syntax...

[google.com](https://www.google.com/)

This would produce a simple hyperlink like so...

google.com

You can also style your links with CSS attributes like so...

[google.com](https://www.google.com/){.btn .btn-primary}

Would produce...

google.com

[google.com](https://www.google.com/){.btn .btn-secondary}

Would produce...

google.com

[google.com](https://www.google.com/){.btn .btn-info}

Would produce...

google.com

[google.com](https://www.google.com/){.btn .btn-success}

Would produce...

google.com

[google.com](https://www.google.com/){.btn .btn-warning}

Would produce...

google.com

[google.com](https://www.google.com/){.btn .btn-danger}

Would produce...

google.com

Plato.References

To enable rich linking to other content within Plat consider enabling the Plato.References module. Once this module is enabled you can link to other entities within Plato using a simple hash tag (#) followed by the entity id.

For example. the following markdown...

#038(Plato.References)

Would produce a rich link as shown below (notice the tooltip when you hover over the link)...

Plato.References

Plato.References generates regular markdown so you can also style hash tag reference links. The following markdown which includes a hash reference shows how you can use markdown attributes in combination with Plato.References...

#038(Plato.References){.btn .btn-secondary}

Would produce (notice the tooltip when you hover over the link)...

Plato.References

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