Is it possible to use internal links in Markdown files?
[Link Title](#markdown-header-testlink) [Link Title](#testlink) some text ........ # Testlink some text
ok so I did eventually get it working, the trick is to commit often and then inspect the id for the header tags and copy/paste--however it seems you can not link to any subheader; that is internal links to #section work, while a hyperlink to ##section-subsection, will not work.
Jan 2020: I can confirm that Arito's approach works.
Personally, I find it frustrating how Atlassian continues to use it's own proprietary implementations.
This did not work for me, but the above ref using html <a> tag did work:
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)
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.
I'm not sure whether I'm complete mislooking this functionality, but I'm not able to get my wiki work.
Markdown elements are perfectly converted/applied in the Edit > Preview, but NOT in the wiki-url display.
So it kind of seems the Bitbucket wiki display uses different libraries to process the markdown to display in the front-end (end-users) vs. what is shown in Preview.
Is this a known issue, or maybe some repository settings I'm missing?
Thanks in advance!
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