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Most of the text on an article page will be in a "Text" declaration. The contents of a "Text" declaration are unformatted apart from blank lines will cause gaps in the article webpage itself. So for example:
Text:
The
first
paragraph.

The
second
paragraph.
Comes out as:
The first paragraph.

The second paragraph.
Words can be bolded by surrounding them with pairs of apostrophes. So:
Normal text. ''Bold text.''
appears as "Normal text. Bold text."
"Text" declarations can contain links. These are text elements delimited by square brackets. The first kind of link is an explicit HTTP reference. So example:
[https://www.apple.com/ Apple] is a link to Apple's website.
Comes out as:

Apple is a link to Apple's website.

The next kind of link is a link to another file in the website the articles are being generated into. So for example:
[/Users/peter/Sites/index.html index.html] is an absolute link to the website home page.
Comes out as:

index.html is a link to the website home page.

The link can be relative. So:
[../../contact/index.html Contact] is a link to the Contact article.
Gives a link to the "Title" article:

Contact is a link to the Contact article.

Lastly for repeated links to the same address the "http:" etc element can be omitted and the article will reuse the last link.

So:
[Apple] goes to what "Apple" was linked to higher on the page.
Which gives:

Apple goes to what "Apple" was linked to higher on the page.