A wiki-link is a link text wrapped inside double brackets
Some further details
NOTICE: This is non-standard for wiki links, but I found it quite suit to my needs so I implement it in gatsby-project-kb, and Obsidian has this support, too.
You can refer to a topic's specific section by anchor text, which is after the hashtag
For example, for a target topic with the structure as below.
# header 1 ## header 2
It's possible to link to the second header with
[[topic#header 2]]. The target url will be
topic#header-2, with the anchor text processed by
About markdown link
This theme is also capable of extract plain markdowndown internal links and show them in backlinks.
A paragraph with a [markdown link](../some-other-file)
Currently only relative link without file extension will be recognized.
This [won't work](../some-other-file.md)
Gatsby knowledge base theme
- Support bidirectional [[wiki-links]] in double brackets `[]`, will show the backlink reference context.
Click the 'Show Graph Visualisation' button on top-right to show a graph visualising the relationships - which are established by [[wiki-links]] - of your notes. You can even searc your notes and get result nodes highlighted as you search.