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Documentation: Fix broken links and anchors #10194

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  1. Fixed broken link in that points to nonexistant:
    instead of:

  2. Changed Alerting link in to point to Alerting Intro instead of Alerting Rules.

  3. Fixed broken anchor in

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These all look good to me. Thanks for the fixes!

@murrant murrant merged commit 2d24609 into librenms:master May 7, 2019

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spencerbutler added a commit to spencerbutler/librenms that referenced this pull request May 21, 2019

Documentation: Fix broken links and anchors (librenms#10194)
* documentation: Fix broken link

* Update

* docs: Fix broken anchor in

* docs: Changed Alerting link in

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