## Basic Syntax

[Link Text](link-address)



Protocols like http:// cannot be ommited for this type of syntax.

[Link Text][Ref]



or, it can be shorten as

[Ref][]



Protocols like http:// cannot be ommited for this type of syntax.

<http://typora.io>

• Auto URL: Typora can automatically detect url link in markdown, and render them as URL link, but please note that other markdown engines may not support this.

This is a link: http://typora.io


For link towards a website, we suggest you DO NOT ommit URL protocols like https:// or http://, or it may be interrucpt as relative link by Typora or other Markdown egines, or after export/publish.

You could use write relative or absolute path as link address towards a local file, the extension like (.md) can be omitted, for example:

[Readme1](Readme1.md)



Please note that, for relative link address, it will not be converted into real absolute file path when export as HTML based on Markdown’s spec.

You can use # to create links towards any headings in your markdown file, for example:

# This is a title

...
...
...


You can use command+click (macOS), or ctrl+click (Linux/Windows) on links in Typora to jump to target headings, or open them in Typora, or open in related apps.
If you want to make a link to local file abd.com, please make ensure the path is correct.
If you want to create a link towards website “abc.com”, you need to put the URL scheme or protocol, for example use [link](http://abc.com).
Sometimes, protocol can be omitted if you use autolink (<www.google.com>) or auto URL (www.google.com), but this rules variables across different Markdown editors/engines, so we will recommand you NOT ommit protocols in any case for less compatibility issue.