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Fix broken links to attributes and linking docs.

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klassenjm committed Sep 26, 2016
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  1. +2 −1 docs/attributes/index.rst
  2. +1 −1 docs/linking/index.rst
  3. +1 −1 docs/peripherals/index.rst
@@ -28,7 +28,8 @@ Within a character marker span, an attributes list is separated from the text co
.. _attributes_default:
.. index:: attributes; default
.. rubric:: Attributes |ico_Tag|
Default Attribute
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
When content is supplied in the position of a marker attribute, but without an explicit attribute name, the USFM specification defines a single default. Defaults are only provided for :ref:`markers <attributes_markersProviding>` which formally provide attributes in the current version of USFM.
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@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Linking Attributes
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Following the :ref:`general syntax <attributes_syntax>` for :doc:`word level attributes </characters/attributes>`, USFM 3.0 provides a set of attributes for assigning linking properties to character level elements.
Following the :ref:`general syntax <attributes_syntax>` for :doc:`word level attributes </attributes/index>`, USFM 3.0 provides a set of attributes for assigning linking properties to character level elements.
General Syntax
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ Peripheral Identifiers
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For peripheral books containing :ref:`divisions <periph_div>`, the division title is free-form, and may be expressed in the vernacular language. Whenever possible, a peripheral identifier should be associated with a ``\periph`` division marker. A set of standardized identifiers allow software processes to easily select content for recognized peripheral divisions. The syntax for peripheral identifiers follows the syntax for :doc:`word level attributes </characters/attributes>`: attribute = "value". The attribute name is ``id``. The value is wrapped in quotes.
For peripheral books containing :ref:`divisions <periph_div>`, the division title is free-form, and may be expressed in the vernacular language. Whenever possible, a peripheral identifier should be associated with a ``\periph`` division marker. A set of standardized identifiers allow software processes to easily select content for recognized peripheral divisions. The syntax for peripheral identifiers follows the syntax for :doc:`word level attributes </attributes/index>`: attribute = "value". The attribute name is ``id``. The value is wrapped in quotes.
**Text sample with division identifier attributes:**

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