Links lead to another part of an app, other pages, or help articles. They can also be used to initiate commands.
For more details and examples visit the official docs. The R package can not handle each and every case, so for advanced use cases you need to work using the original docs to achieve the desired result.
string | React.ComponentClass | React.FunctionComponent
A component that should be used as the root element of the link returned from the Link component.
Optional callback to access the ILink interface. Use this instead of ref for accessing the public methods and properties of the component.
Whether the link is disabled
Optional keytip for this Link
Call to provide customized styling that will layer on top of the variant rules.
Theme (provided through customization.)
Links visually indicate that they can be clicked, typically by being displayed using the visited or unvisited link system colors. Traditionally, links are underlined as well, but that approach is often reserved for body copy links within an article.
People should be able to accurately predict the result of selecting a link based on its link text and optional tooltip.
Use descriptive, actionable link text when possible. Avoid using URLs as link text.
Don't use if the action is destructive or irreversible. Links aren't appropriate for commands with significant consequences.
Keep discrete links far enough apart that people can differentiate between them and easily select each one.
Use sentence-style capitalization—only capitalize the first word. For more info, see Capitalization in the Microsoft Writing Style Guide.