# [Answer] Should the portion marking for a URL reflect the classification of the text in the URL or the content to whichthe URL points?

Should the portion marking for a URL reflect the classification of the text in the URL or the content to whichthe URL points?

A wikilink (or internal link) is a link from a page to another page within English Wikipedia (this last page is called the link target).. In wikitext links are enclosed in doubled square brackets like this: [[1234]] is seen as “1234” in text and links to page “1234”. Use a vertical bar “|” (the “pipe” symbol – see Wikipedia:Piped link for how to type one) to create a link while labelling it …

The text renders correctly in IE and also Linux/Firefox and other browsers. I agree that the highest point is debated. Keokeradong was always thought to be so but a satellite survey about 2 years ago showed that’s not correct. But whatever that is I agree that the text should reflect …