I’m trying to find a way to have what is essentially user-created metadata (i.e. tags, links) be visible with some css but not other css. I tried html comments but then they aren’t ever clickable.
Essentially, at the top of, say, my daily notes file, I like to have “Created using [[Template]]” so it’s linked to the Template in the graph view, but I don’t necessarily want to see that when I looked at the notes file.
Or, for example, if I have a piece of longform prose with the following information at the top:
alias: Civil Mage Chapter 03.1
![[03.1 Refusal - Valentia]]
Book: [[00 Civil Mage|Civil Mage]]
File Type: #Prose
Characters: [[IIrella]] [[Alem]] [[Valentia]] [[Dagrim]] [[Wanishtu]]
Section: Refusal of the Call
Characters: [[Eramepi]] [[Lupicin]]
Locations: [[Uskune]] [[Monche Prairie]]
I would love a way to set up “print” css to where I can wrap all of that in a tag of some kind and render it invisible some of the time, but the rest of the time actually be able to use those links for navigation, and also have the backlinks function.
Embeds are, in my opinion, an ugly workaround for this usecase because then I need to be working in multiple files and the links on the graph view don’t actually go to the correct file.