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  • Posting a link using a word rather than the URL.

    Forgive me as I'm sure this question may have already been asked several times, but how do you post a link using a word rather than the URL?

    For instance....

    For more information look here

    rather than

    For more information look at http://www.ibras.dk/montypython/finalripoff.htm

    Any help? :blush:


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    Re: Posting a link using a word rather than the URL.

    Type the word that you want to turn into a link. Then highlight it and click the button at the top of the Edit window that has a globe with the infinity sign. And then paste in the URL. It will turn the word into a link for you.
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      Re: Posting a link using a word rather than the URL.

      Originally posted by Dustysage View Post
      Type the word that you want to turn into a link. Then highlight it and click the button at the top of the Edit window that has a globe with the infinity sign. And then paste in the URL. It will turn the word into a link for you.
      Wow! That was FAST! Thanks Dusty!

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        Re: Posting a link using a word rather than the URL.

        My pleasure.
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          Re: Posting a link using a word rather than the URL.

          wow I wanted to know this to thanks !

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            Re: Posting a link using a word rather than the URL.

            Or you can hand code it:

            For more information look {url=http://www.ibras.dk/montypython/finalripoff.htm}here{/url}.

            Replace the {} with []
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              Re: Posting a link using a word rather than the URL.

              I want to try it with the word GOOBER

              hey, it worked. I always wondered how to do that but felt too stupid to ask.
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