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Internal paths in single or double quotes, written as "internal:node/99", for example, are replaced with the appropriate absolute URL or path. Given a site located at http://example.com/mysite, assuming clean URLs are enabled and "internal:admin/user" becomes "http://example.com/mysite/admin/user" and "internal:node/99" becomes "http://example.com/mysite/node/99". If 'node/99' has a URL alias assigned, such as 'news/latest' the alias will be substituted giving "http://example.com/mysite/news/latest".
Paths to files in single or double quotes, written as "files:somefile.ext", for example, are replaced with the appropriate URL that can be used to download the file.