assez : enough
aussi : also
beaucoup : much
déjà : already, previously, again.
bien : well
ici : here
là : there
maintenant : now
mal : badly
moins : less parfois : sometimes, perhaps
peut-être : perhaps plus : more
souvent : often
tard : late
tôt : early
très : very
trop : too much
vite : quickly
voici : here
voilà : here | french about
( note. if you hold down the " ctrl " button and " left click " it will open up the related link/audio in a separate tab. Thus keeping this one open here.)
THANK YOU for this discussion - and showing me other things that we can do in markdown language here ! You are a gem !
Oh - this sounds like something new to me. What do you mean by a 'page blank' ?
(I love new things :)
Oh, sorry. I only meant that you should set the links to open a new tab/page, rather than navigate away from this one. The user would then avoiding having to press the back button all the time (or possibly not bother) to get back to this one.
That sounds a good idea ! What code do you use in markdown language to achieve this ? (sorry for posting this twice - something happened and I think I accidentally deleted my first post. Sorry) If any one can educate me in this - I would be very pleased !
I love learning. And just yesterday I learnt how to insert photos in markdown.
I wish there was somehow I could insert a sound file within a markdown text like you do with a picture ... ie a " .mp3 or .wav" or whatever sound file - such that if you clicked on it it would play a word sound file. and not require you to go to a different web page to do this. But even if you could get it to start on new tab/page - that would be good to leave you on the original source page ....
In me researching this - all the answers come up with - in markdown it does not let you put up a new page/open a new tab. ie here :(
Yes, your research seems to be correct.
Although, out of curiosity, I've found an inelegant solution:
Otherwise, (we) users can use "Ctrl + Left mouse button" to open to a new tab in Google Chrome - possibly in other browsers too.
Interesting. Well, good luck with the testing. At the very least, I've discovered how to use a long link to open into a new tab, when the general consensus was there is no solution for this in Markdown.
My link above is evidence to that, but not the most elegant solution for your purposes of linking to a lot of useful external sources. Maybe it's best used with inline or one-off references.
Anyway, have fun :-D
Yes I am testing in the bottom of my header as well. However there was one variation that you did - that DID open a new window. I am trying to think like you. It would be wonderful ....
do you know about the
``key` ? It is the one that is on the key board usually in the very top left hand corner, just below the ESC key. If you use it around your test script above, I will be able to see the code to understand it. If the code is in a header it disables the code, but it does not disable it in the threads underneath. Yes it will highlight it in yellow - but I will get to see the code so I can understand it.
That is really curious - it only works in the comments that hang off the header ! It does not work in the header ! My little brain hurts - this is ever so exciting though. THANK YOU !