I can make an image link, such as:


That will render as image.

If I then inline that page, the (relative) URL no longer points to the right place. The fix for this promises to be hairy.

Similarly, if you insert a relative link using the markdown link syntax, it will tend to break when the page is inlined.

However, there is a simple way to avoid both problems: Use WikiLinks and/or the img directive. --Joey

For some inline HTML (e.g. SVG embedded with <object> tags, it would be nice to have a URL directive for URL-only WikiLinks. Something like: <object type="image/svg+xml" data="[[!url image.svg]]"></object>. This would be a more general solution than an SVG-specific fix. --wtk