More sophisticated markup techniques
There are some additional markup techniques that can make a document easier to read. In particular, we often want useful cross-references between class definitions. We may also want cross-references between sections and topics within a document.
In pure RST (that is, without Sphinx), we need to provide proper URLs that reference different sections of our documents. We have three kinds of references:
- Implicit references to section titles: We can use
`Some Heading`_to refer to the
Some Headingsection. This will work for all the headings that docutils recognizes.
- Explicit references to targets: We can use
target_to reference the location of
_targetin the document.
- Inter-document references: We have to create a ...