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I thought it was part of the spec how to include an intrapage reference for a URL#link, but I could not find it. Have added this page to promote discussion if this is not already part of the standard, and to promote some better documenation if it is!

It isn't.

-- YvesPiguet, 2008-Apr-28

Thanks for that Yves, I was wondering why the intra-page links weren't working because the same text on another version of the parser (1) would produce a tag suitable for an intra page link. Wikipedia has links to each header using the name.

-- Anonymous

This wiki supports it, because it is a mixed mode filter and the underling JSPWiki markup supports it, see Creole1.0#BoldItalics. However Creole1.0#Bold Italics does not work because it has blanks in it. Clearly for usability there should be a standardization of that. JSPWiki and Mediawiki obviously already use the same syntax. What syntax do other engines use?

-- ChristophSauer, 2008-Mai-04 08:59 (CEST)

Suggest ignoring illfitting labels except where a space should be converted to '_' (anyway that's what I've done!)

		if (preg_match('/^[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9\-\s_\.:]*$/',$title))
			append('<h' . $hc . ' id=' . preg_replace('/[^a-zA-Z0-9\-\s_\.:]/', '_', $title) . '>' . $title.'</h'.$hc.">\n");
			append('<h' . $hc . '>' . $title.'</h'.$hc.">\n");
-- Isonomia, 2008-Mai-13

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