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    How do I use hyperlinks with text?

    How do I use hyperlinks with text? For example, how would I write: "See CNN for details" (where "CNN" is a hyperlink) without having to place the link to " www.cnn.com " in the post? Thanks!

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    Do you mean like this ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Do you mean like this ?


    CNN
    YES, YES, YES!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1968 View Post
    YES, YES, YES!!!
    Use a vb code....it would look like this.


    [url=cnn.com*]TYPE THE NAME HERE BETWEEN BRACKETS[*/url]

    Remove both the asterisks i put in the command line. I did this so it would not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Use a vb code....it would look like this.


    [url=cnn.com*]TYPE THE NAME HERE BETWEEN BRACKETS[*/url]

    Remove both the asterisks i put in the command line. I did this so it would not work.

    CNN

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1968 View Post
    How do I use hyperlinks with text? For example, how would I write: "See CNN for details" (where "CNN" is a hyperlink) without having to place the link to " www.cnn.com " in the post? Thanks!
    Hi its so simple work,
    For example if you want your particular link on "SEO Sevices"
    Last edited by optifocus; 04-08-2014 at 08:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1968 View Post
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    Thanks!
    Hi you are right but it is not advisable to use VB code for links.
    Yes VB Code will looks easy for you to create links.
    You can create simple html links very easily by choosing the word on you would like to place links and than clicking on insert link on above tool bar.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Optifocus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by optifocus View Post
    Hi its so simple work,
    For example if you want your particular link on "SEO Sevices and PhenQ Diet Pills"

    These was the best service among all (Y)

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