When using the [#Header|Header] in a Wiki page and referencing to a header on the same page it works as intended but not after exporting it with mpdf to a PDF these links are blue and clickable but don't serve their purpose of jumping to their anchors.
Workarounds are using the Plugin ALINK/ANAME which only opens the browser with the given page which is not quite the intention of having it exported as PDF. Another one is using the HTML Plugin which worked for the page and to jump to the anchor in the PDF but is troublesome for further maintaining multiple bigger pages with this Syntax.
I have the assumption that tiki is referencing the ID attribute for the anchor in the A Tag rather than a name tag which mpdf actually supports.
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