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As the name suggests, the 'Convert URLs into links and images' filter converts a URL such as <nowiki>http://moodle.org</nowiki> into a clickable link http://moodle.org. In addition it can replace image URLs with images.
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==Site administration settings==
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The 'Convert URLs into links' filter has two settings which may be changed by a site administrator in ''Administration > Site administration > Plugins > Filters > Convert URLs into links and images''.
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===Apply to formats===
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The filter may be applied to text entered in any/all of the following formats: Moodle auto-format, HTML format, plain text format, Markdown format.
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===Embed images===
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By default, the filter replaces image URLs with images, however this feature may be disabled by a site administrator.
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[[de:URL als Link oder Bild anzeigen]]
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[[es:Filtro para convertir URLs a enlaces]]
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[[it:Filtro Conversione URL in collegamenti ed immagini]]

Latest revision as of 18:22, 14 February 2020

As the name suggests, the 'Convert URLs into links and images' filter converts a URL such as http://moodle.org into a clickable link http://moodle.org. In addition it can replace image URLs with images.

Site administration settings

The 'Convert URLs into links' filter has two settings which may be changed by a site administrator in Administration > Site administration > Plugins > Filters > Convert URLs into links and images.

Apply to formats

The filter may be applied to text entered in any/all of the following formats: Moodle auto-format, HTML format, plain text format, Markdown format.

Embed images

By default, the filter replaces image URLs with images, however this feature may be disabled by a site administrator.