How do you create a live link to a web address inside the text of a hub? For example, if the following sentence was in a paragraph:
...big dogs eat lots of dog food when they are hungry.....
And I wanted to make the word "food" clickable to a web address?
Sorry if this is a stupid question....newbie...Thanks!
There's a chain icon when you're in edit mode for the capsule you're using.
Highlight the text, click on that, enter your URL.
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