You create a link in HTML with an <a href=URL>lvisible link
text</a> construct. All you have in your snippet is a markup
for typographical effects.
If your intent is to be able to jump to some other page in your
NarrativeWeb site, it may be difficult to write down the URL
because of the hasshing applied to page name. It is however
possible (I've done it to link from family lines graphs to person
pages through a post-processing bash script).
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Le 21/03/2020 à 00:35, Greg DAVIS a
I created a link note and all that was included in the narrated
web site was
You created what looks like a link, but never actually made the link.
In a note, when you create a link, you select what type of link, then
you must make the link. Other than an Internet link where type in the
Internet Address, internal Gramps links are selected. At the end of
the drop down link type, is a selector and an option to create a new
Gramps item. Based upon the Type selection, the selector will open
within the correct gramps area.
> I created a link note and all that was included in the narrated web site was
> <span style="text-decoration:underline;"></span><span style="font-size:13px;"><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Passenger list</span></span><span style="text-decoration:underline;"></span>
> I expected a link, not an underlined word
> have I done something wrong
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