Trigger Callback clicking on content from Output

import dash_core_components as dcc
import dash_bootstrap_components as dbc
import dash_html_components as html
from dash.dependencies import Input, Output, State
from app import app

my_stances = [
        'value' : 'rock',
        'label' : 'rock'
        'value' : 'paper',
        'label' : 'paper'
        'value' : 'scissors',
        'label' : 'scissors'

stance_information = {
    'rock' : 'A rock is round. Defeated by [want hyperlink]paper.',
    'paper' : 'Paper is flat. Defeated by [want hyperlink]scissors.',
    'scissors' : 'Scissors are sharp. Defeated by [want hyperlink]rock.'

stance_lookup_dropdown = dcc.Dropdown(options=my_stances, searchable=True, id='stance_dropdown', placeholder='Select a stance' )

layout = dbc.Container([
    ], id='stance_info'),


    Output(component_id="stance_info", component_property='children'),
    Input(component_id="stance_dropdown", component_property='value')
    , prevent_initial_call=True
def update_stance_information(selected_stance):
    return html.P(stance_information.get(selected_stance,'????'))

In this simple example above, I want to have a hyperlink that triggers a callback to update the page layout based on the content held in the stance_information dictionary.

I feel like there’s and easy way to do this, but I’m having trouble finding examples where callbacks can be triggered not using a dcc input component.

Thank you :slight_smile: