http://dilbert.comLinks are the Lifeblood of the World Wide Web
Links in Confluence are simple, but it is worth taking the time to learn a couple of shortcuts.
While editing you can insert a link to an external page, like [http://www.google.com], by selecting the toolbar icon above that looks like a link of chain super-imposed on a globe.
* Click the Edit Control in the upper right hand corner of this page
* Go ahead and insert a new link to _dilbert.com_ somewhere on this page http://dilbert.com
Links to content in neighboring Confluence pages are even simpler, because the link URL need only be the page title.kayaking
* Insert a link to the _Learn Confluence_ page somewhere in this page
If you specify a link to another Confluence page (i.e., a simple page title) and that page doesn't yet exist, Confluence displays that link in red. When a red link is selected, Confluence will attempt to create a new page with that title. If the user has authorization to create pages they can then compose the content and save the page.
* Insert a link to a non-existent page, then click on it and create that new pageCarbon Footprint