I haven't been able to work out how to add links in sentences, e.g. if i wrote this:
Please 'click here' to go to my other article
The 'click here' part comes up in blue.
Could anyone please help me on this, thank you!
If you highlight the word in your edit screen you will notice a little chain link appear on the toolbar. Click on that and it will allow you to add a link.
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