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Author Topic: How to add a link to a post or make a 'fancy link'  (Read 4084 times)
« on: March 26, 2008, 10:01:01 PM »

Would you like to know how to put a link in your post?  Its actually easier than what you may think!

1)  If you've found a link on another board or webpage that you'd like to share, click on the link.
2)  Once the webpage has opened up on the right page, look up at the top of your browser window.  You will see an address bar at the top which has a link in it.  This is the URL (or link) for that page.
3)  Highlight the complete link then right click and click on 'copy'
4)  Go to your message box and once you are ready for the link, right click and click on 'paste'.  The link will pop into your post.  Make sure you put a space before and after your link so that it will work correctly.
5)  Once you click on 'post' at the bottom, the link will automatically turn into a clickable link.

If you have any problems or questions, please feel free to pm me and I'll try to help.

Next to make a 'fancy clickable link'.  Smile
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2008, 10:33:00 PM »


Have you seen someone post a 'fancy link' or a link that is turned into a word like above that you click on to open a new webpage and wonder how they do that?  Well, here's some instructions for you.

1)  Once you have copied the link you would like to share (as detailed in the post above), go to your new messagebox.
2)  Type [url =  (no spaces)
3)  Don't put a space but rightclick and click on 'paste'
4)  Your URL/link will pop in after the =
5)  next type ] after the link
6)  now type in the word you want to use for people to click on
7)  next type [/url] and you are done!
8)  here is an example of what it should look like:



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« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2008, 10:19:26 PM »


Click on quote for Clandy's post just above mine.  As you look at her post, you can see exactly how CLAYMANIACS and CLAYMANIACS.COM  are set up with the url and without spaces.  Wink


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