I'd like to insert html links into a table on my first hubpage.
I don't have an "html" button on the wysiwyg editor, and I can't seen to find anywhere else to edit html in the table.
Can someone point me to what-ever-it-is I've been overlooking?
Thanks in advance,
Tables don't have a WYSIWYG editor, as they were meant to display data, not links. Unless you know how to do HTML "by hand" you're not going to be able to do what you're trying to do.
Thanks for the replies. I believe you guys are right. I can put the html in "by hand," but there's no place to put it. Bummer.
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