With GatsbyJS you can handle navigation using relative paths.
For example, if I have 2 pages under the articles path:
and I want to insert a link in the secondArticle that points to the firstArticle, I can do this:
Hello, I'm the second article, and here you can find the [first article](./firstArticle)
This works well in the site, since Gatsby takes care of the navigation between pages.
But the HTML that Gatsby generates is (more or less) this one:
Hello, I'm the second article, and here you can find the <a href="./firstArticle">first article</a>
So, my question is: do crawlers understand that the linked page is
So, how do you link pages between the same blog? Absolute URL, relative path or something else?