The standard markup for a link is:

[link_text](link "hint_text")

• link_text: The link text.
• link: A URL or path to a file.
• "hint_text": A hint that will be displayed when you hover over the link text. Optional.

Depending on the type of link, simplifications and other design options are allowed.

You can create a link to an MD file without explicitly specifying the link text. To do this, add the symbols {#T} in place of the text, and they will automatically be substituted with the title of the specified file.

[{#T}](./index.md)


Result

Syntax

## Link to MD file section

You can refere:

• To the section of the current page.

[text](#anchor)

Result

• To a section of another page.

[text](base.md#anchor)

Result

## A URL or an email address

To convert a URL or an email address to a link, add angle brackets <> on both sides.

<https://yandex.com/>

<alice.the.girl@yandex.com>


Result

https://yandex.com/

alice.the.girl@yandex.com

Use reference-style links to make the source text of a document easier to read. These links consist of two parts connected by tags:

• A brief link description in the text.

[link_text][link_tag]

• A long URL placed in a special place at the end of a paragraph or document.

[link_tag]: URL

My favorite search engine is [Yandex][1].

[1]: https://yandex.com/ "The best search engine"


Result

My favorite search engine is Yandex.

You can apply line formatting to the link text.

I love the **[Yandex Cloud](https://cloud.yandex.com)**.
See the section on [code](#code).
Super [^men^](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Major_Grom_(2017_film)).


Result

I love Yandex.Cloud.
This is the YFM Guide.
See the section on code.
Super men.

## Files

If you need to specify a link to a file, you can use a special link with a file icon. After clicking on such a link, the browser will start downloading the specified file to the device.

{% file src="data:text/plain;base64,Cg==" name="empty.txt" %}