Links can be either inline with the text, or placed at the bottom of the text as references.
Link text is enclosed by square brackets , and for inline links, the link URL is enclosed by parens ().
You can also use relative URLs such as/example.html
Don’t put a space between any of the brackets.
The link definition can be placed anywhere after a blank line, but is generally near the bottom.
Definition identifiers may consist of letters, numbers, spaces, and punctuation. They are not case sensitive.
The title of the link is optional.
URLs may not become links in Markdown until enclosed in < and >. Turn this URL into a link:
Link “University of Rwanda” to http://www.ur.ac.rw with an inline link:
Link both of the words “hurricane” to the Wikipedia entry at https://w.wiki/qYn with a reference style link: