I currently have a line inside a notebook (File1.ipynb):

[File 2](File2.ipynb)

When downloading both the files as HTML, this link is hard-coded, and hence 
when I click on the link in the generated File1.html, it can't find the 
file, because it refers to ipynb and not to html.

I could try:

   - using sed to replace all occurrences of ipynb with html
   - hard-coding html inside the notebook, which will prevent me from using 
   the links when I'm editing the notebook.
But, is there an alternative?

Is there, perhaps, a way to specify two links inside the notebook such that 
if the browser fails to find the first one, it'll try the second? I tried 
searching for such a method. I couldn't find it.

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