You might want to reference other parts of your markdown document so users can easily navigate to that section. This can be done using Anchor tags.
01: - Click [here]( ) to get to the third section. 02: 03: - Content for second heading. 04: 05: <a id="third-section"></a> 06: - Third section.
The code above has two key parts.
[here](#third-heading) that points to
< a id="third-section">< /a>.
Most markdown renderers generate anchor links for only headings ie anything after the hash symbol (#).
This means you can only reference headings. By introducing your own anchor tag you can reference and link to any text within your markdown document.
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