Commit 46111917 authored by Achilleas Pipinellis's avatar Achilleas Pipinellis 🥁

Merge wiki-specific Markdown in main Markdown file

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* [Line Breaks](#line-breaks)
* [Tables](#tables)
**[Wiki-Specific Markdown](wiki.md)**
**[Wiki-Specific Markdown](#wiki-specific-markdown)**
* [Links](wiki.md#links-to-other-wiki-pages)
* [Wiki - Direct page link](#wiki-direct-page-link)
* [Wiki - Direct file link](#wiki-direct-file-link)
* [Wiki - Hierarchical link](#wiki-hierarchical-link)
* [Wiki - Root link](#wiki-root-link)
**[References](#references)**
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| Cell 1 | Cell 2 | Cell 3 | Cell 4 | Cell 5 | Cell 6 |
| Cell 7 | Cell 8 | Cell 9 | Cell 10 | Cell 11 | Cell 12 |
## Wiki-specific Markdown
The following examples show how links inside wikis behave.
### Wiki - Direct page link
A link which just includes the slug for a page will point to that page,
_at the base level of the wiki_.
This snippet would link to a `documentation` page at the root of your wiki:
```markdown
[Link to Documentation](documentation)
```
### Wiki - Direct file link
Links with a file extension point to that file, _relative to the current page_.
If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/related`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/file.md`:
```markdown
[Link to File](file.md)
```
### Wiki - Hierarchical link
A link can be constructed relative to the current wiki page using `./<page>`,
`../<page>`, etc.
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/main`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/related`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](./related)
```
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/related/content`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/main`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](../main)
```
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/main`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/related.md`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](./related.md)
```
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/related/content`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/main.md`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](../main.md)
```
### Wiki - Root link
A link starting with a `/` is relative to the wiki root.
- This snippet links to `<wiki_root>/documentation`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](/documentation)
```
- This snippet links to `<wiki_root>/miscellaneous.md`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](/miscellaneous.md)
```
## References
- This document leveraged heavily from the [Markdown-Cheatsheet](https://github.com/adam-p/markdown-here/wiki/Markdown-Cheatsheet).
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# Wiki-specific Markdown
This page has information related to wiki-specific Markdown. For more
information on GitLab's Markdown, see the [main Markdown document](./markdown.md).
## Table of contents
* [Links to other wiki pages](#links-to-other-wiki-pages)
* [Direct page link](#direct-page-link)
* [Direct file link](#direct-file-link)
* [Hierarchical link](#hierarchical-link)
* [Root link](#root-link)
## Links to other wiki pages
You can link to other pages on your wiki in a few different ways.
### Direct page link
A link which just includes the slug for a page will point to that page,
_at the base level of the wiki_.
This snippet would link to a `documentation` page at the root of your wiki:
```markdown
[Link to Documentation](documentation)
```
### Direct file link
Links with a file extension point to that file, _relative to the current page_.
If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/related`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/file.md`:
```markdown
[Link to File](file.md)
```
### Hierarchical link
A link can be constructed relative to the current wiki page using `./<page>`,
`../<page>`, etc.
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/main`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/related`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](./related)
```
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/related/content`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/main`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](../main)
```
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/main`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/related.md`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](./related.md)
```
- If this snippet was placed on a page at `<your_wiki>/documentation/related/content`,
it would link to `<your_wiki>/documentation/main.md`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](../main.md)
```
### Root link
A link starting with a `/` is relative to the wiki root.
- This snippet links to `<wiki_root>/documentation`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](/documentation)
```
- This snippet links to `<wiki_root>/miscellaneous.md`:
```markdown
[Link to Related Page](/miscellaneous.md)
```
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