It would be great if obsidian could recognize simple urls like google.com or obsidian.md without the need of prepending
So in source mode it would be just text of course, but in live preview or reading its would be a clickable-link to the site.
I thought about submitting this to “Feauture requests”, but maybe it’s quicker/easier to add this as a plugin, or maybe plain css?
I know that other tools can do this, if I’m not mistaken DokuWiki can do this, but I’m sure there were more.
prepend www to the link, works for me.
Sure, but why shouldn’t it be possible without? There are other solutions that show that it’s not a big problem to do…
Espaxially since I my opinion the www. is a pretty ugly thing to do these days. It’s unnecessary and doesn’t look good!
I assume it’s because the “www” string is a trigger for Obsidian to create a URL link, whereas “favoriteurl.com” could be a URL, or possibly not.
There are other solutions that show that it’s not a big problem to do…
Do you mean this can be done through CSS?