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* [Document Organization](#document-organization)
does not properly link to:
## Document Organization
You can see this issue in the example markdown repository
Thanks for letting us know. To get links to headers working you need to add the prefix markdown-header-. i.e. markdown-header-document-organization.
I've fixed our markdown demo to reflect this.
I am trying to link to an anchor on the same page. It doesn't seem to work if I just use the anchor without a full page URL.
this doesn't work for Atlassian Stash v3.7.0. None of the Table Of Contents links work and it appears to be because the IDs are removed from the header attributes.
The real question is, why add a prefix ?
If all editors changed the rules, then the Markdown would be useless... Please do better !!!
Thanks for reading me :)
Geoffrey DUMOUTIER +1!
+1 not being able to link to headers on long READMEs is very frustrating. I'm surprised the parser can't just create an id for headers. This issue needs to be re-opened. I'd commit a patch to make this work if it knew where to or even if I could?
I fond solution for myself and it works for other languages.
I mark Headers twice. For me in my language and for Bitbucket in English.
It's looks like this:
#My header #any_id
Agree with all the others since Chaim Krause, who posted on 2013-10-18. Dmitriy Belik's workaround is hardly a fix.
This needs to be reopened.
At best, this is a work around.... NOT a resolution
Pease fix this bug.
This is not at all resolved
And it is quite easy to add automatically the #markdown-header prefix while generating the HTML page
Yes please, this needs to be fixed.. ;-(
it must be fixed. this is ridiculous