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[answered] How to provide a "link" in a post?

 
 
PamO
 
Reply Wed 4 Aug, 2004 05:32 pm
Edit: Moderator: Moved from Computers to Forum Help, and marked answered

I know this is very basic for many of you...but I am new to computers and the net. I would like to know how to provide "links" in a post...i.e.: I wanted to talk about a news story... they did not have the story and I would have liked to have just sent them a "link." I am on a mac if that helps. Thank you so much ! pam
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Wed 4 Aug, 2004 06:00 pm
PamO - check in the Forum Help forum.

link to the forum

There are lots of great tips there.
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Cyanure
 
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Reply Thu 5 Aug, 2004 02:52 am
You can post a link in 2 ways:
1- you can just copy the desired http address and paste it in your post without a title.

2- You can provide a title for your link:
- Click URL in Message Body (near Bold, Italic, Underline, Quote, Code, IMG).
- A dialog box will appear where you will type the desired http address then click OK.
- Type the title for your link and click OK

That's it

Example:

1- www.able2know.com

2- My link
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