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Re: HTML code for web links

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avatar HTML code for web links
January 06, 2008 12:48PM
i thought i knew the html coding for posting a web link, but i apparently don't (once i tried it here), can someone please post it?

thank you
avatar Re: HTML code for web links
January 07, 2008 07:25AM
Type the characters I am writing out long-hand below, all without any spaces, as follows:

Beginning bracket (not parenthesis), followed by "url" (without the quotes), followed by ending bracket, followed by the actual URL address you want to display, followed by beginning bracket, followed by forward slash, followed by "url" (without the quotes), and finally, followed by ending bracket.

That should do it.


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avatar Re: HTML code for web links
January 08, 2008 09:49AM


thank you CaT!

Post Edited (01-08-08 11:50)

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avatar Re: HTML code for web links
January 10, 2008 08:22AM
You're welcome.

avatar Re: HTML code for web links
January 10, 2008 06:24PM
Or you can do this:

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Instead of just typing url in the first set of brackets, type url=(actual url) and in between the two sets of brackets type a web page description.
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