I put two links in my hub, but they don't show up as blue and are not clickable. Is there a code I need?
Try using a link capsule. They make links nice and organized.
use the pointer to highlight a word in the text you want to make an anchortext link. once you do that a "chain" link icon will appear above in the tools/toolbox.. click that and a page to paste your link will appear. from here you can also choose one of your own hubs to link to from a dropdown list... good luck!
p.s. you can also unlink a word with the "broken" chainlink icon that appears
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