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# How to create a link pointing to a non-MUMIE websites e.g. Wikipedia

This can be done with the \href command. Its usage is:

\href{URL}{LINK_TEXT} 

where URL is the URL of the page the link points to, and LINK_TEXT is the text that appears as link in the MUMIE document.

Example:

You want to create a link to the Wikipedia start page with the link text "see Wikipedia".
The URL of the Wikipedia start page is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page.

Then the TeX code for inserting the link is \href{http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page}{see Wikipedia}

# How to create a reference to a specific position in another MUMIE document

Say you want to create a link from a certain position in document A (origin) to a certain position in the same or an other document, called document B (target).

• First, mark the position in the target document B (typically outside any lang-environment) by \label{target_position} 
• Go the point of origin i.e. the position where you want to place the reference to appear.
• Drag the target file from the FileExplorer into the position in the origin file (in each language environment seperately).
• WebMiau opens a dialog. Choose Ref
• WebMiau creates a reference to the other document\ref[LID][Link to ...]{anchor} 
• Replace anchor with target_position

The command creates a hyperlink originating at "point_of_origin" and pointing to the position marked by "target_position" in the target document B.
The link text is the second optional argument, thus, "Link to ...". If this argument is omitted, the link text defaults to the LID.

# How to create a reference to another MUMIE document

Say you want to create a link in document A (origin) to another document, called document B (target)

• Go the point of origin i.e. the position where you want to place the link to appear
• Drag the target file from the FileExplorer into the position in the origin file.
• WebMiau opens a dialog. Choose Link
• WebMiau creates a link to the other document

\link{LID}{Link to ...} 

The command creates a link to the the target document B.