Links for Splexicon entries and download files
You can include links to Splexicon entries and download files as part of your sentence. You don't need to use a "See" reference to introduce the link.
Links to Splexicon entries help familiarize users with Splunk-specific terms. Link only to terms that your audience might be unfamiliar with, and include the link at the first instance of the term you want to define. Bold the Splexicon term. See the following examples:
- You must configure the receiving port on the peer.
- The universal forwarder collects data from a data source or another forwarder and sends it to a different forwarder or a deployment.
When you link to a downloadable file, use the file name or document name as the display name of the link. See the following examples:
Best practices for including links
Links to Splunk materials
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Style Guide: current