SGML

Markdown Auto-Link Examples

auto-link0
Basic auto-link examples
auto-link1
Quoting of ampersand characters in autolink URLs
maillink0
Mail-auto-link with omitted scheme part, using just an email address
noscheme-auto-link0
No-scheme auto-links example

auto-link0

This demonstrates auto links of the form <http://auto.link> or
<mailto:another-auto-link> or <file://auto/link> or <https://another-one/>.

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<p>This demonstrates auto links of the form <a href="http://auto.link"><code>http://auto.link</code></a> or
<a href="mailto:another-auto-link"><code>mailto:another-auto-link</code></a> or <a href="file://auto/link"><code>file://auto/link</code></a> or <a href="https://another-one/"><code>https://another-one/</code></a>.
</p>

auto-link1

This contains an auto-link with ampereands: <http://www.bla.com/fasel&q=needsquoting>.

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<p>This contains an auto-link with ampereands: <a href="http://www.bla.com/fasel&#38;q=needsquoting"><code>http://www.bla.com/fasel&#38;q=needsquoting</code></a>.
</p>

maillink0

The paragraph contains a <someone@some.where> mail link.
Pandoc has the option to put this into a Javascript snippet
that will generate the mail link (so that it won't appear in 
plain HTML).

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<p>The paragraph contains a <a href="mailto:someone@some.where"><code>someone@some.where</code></a> mail link.
Pandoc has the option to put this into a Javascript snippet
that will generate the mail link (so that it won't appear in 
plain HTML).
</p>

noscheme-auto-link0

This demonstrates auto links with omitted scheme parts such as <://auto.link> or
<:auto/link>.

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<p>This demonstrates auto links with omitted scheme parts such as <a href="//auto.link"><code>//auto.link</code></a> or
<a href="auto/link"><code>auto/link</code></a>.
</p>