Consider the following diagram
Here, the diode is in forward bias, and allows current to flow. However, I am slightly confused why this is the case. A diode is defined to only allow current to flow from the anode ( Positive ) to the cathode ( Negative ). When drawing a diode, the cathode is the line and the anode the base of the triangle.
Conventional current flows from the positive terminal to negative terminal, but in reality the electrons flow vice versa. Hence, considering the above diagram, shouldn't the electrons not be able to flow through the diode? The only way I can see around this, is that diodes are also drawn, considering conventional current. Is this correct?