Is it possible to use internal links in Markdown files?
[Link Title](#markdown-header-testlink) [Link Title](#testlink) some text ........ # Testlink some text
The `<a>` tag in the header file did not work in my case (Feb. 2019).
What I did let the README.md file rendered as-is and then right-click the corresponding header I wanted to link to, choose inspect from the context menu (I use chrome, choose the similar option in your browser).
You will see generated html similar to the following:
Use then this ID tag to link to the header from your code like:
[this is my link](#markdown-header-your-awesome-header)
This did not work for me, but the above ref using html <a> tag did work:
In-document links no longer work. Even in this markdown example https://bitbucket.org/tutorials/markdowndemo/src/master/ clicking on any in-document link just reloads the same markdown file but does not jump to the heading.
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