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The Link extension adds support for <a> tags to the editor. The extension is headless too, there is no actual UI to add, modify or delete links. The usage example below uses the native JavaScript prompt to show you how that could work.

In a real world application, you would probably add a more sophisticated user interface.

Pasted URLs will be transformed to links automatically.

Installation

# with npm
npm install @tiptap/extension-link

# with Yarn
yarn add @tiptap/extension-link

Settings

HTMLAttributes

Custom HTML attributes that should be added to the rendered HTML tag.

Link.configure({
  HTMLAttributes: {
    class: 'my-custom-class',
  },
})

openOnClick

If enabled, links will be opened on click.

Default: true

Link.configure({
  openOnClick: false,
})

linkOnPaste

Adds a link to the current selection if the pasted content only contains an url.

Default: true

Link.configure({
  linkOnPaste: false,
})

Commands

setLink()

Links the selected text.

editor.commands.setLink({ href: 'https://example.com' })
editor.commands.setLink({ href: 'https://example.com', target: '_blank' })

toggleLink()

Adds or removes a link from the selected text.

editor.commands.toggleLink({ href: 'https://example.com' })
editor.commands.toggleLink({ href: 'https://example.com', target: '_blank' })

unsetLink()

Removes a link.

editor.commands.unsetLink()

Keyboard shortcuts

Doesn’t have a keyboard shortcut

This extension doesn’t bind a specific keyboard shortcut. You would probably open your custom UI on Mod-k though.

Get the current value

Did you know that you can use getAttributes to find out which attributes, for example which href, is currently set? Don’t confuse it with a command (which changes the state), it’s just a method. Here is how that could look like:

this.editor.getAttributes('link').href

Source code

packages/extension-link/

Usage