I've done this but I just can't remember. You type link, something just before the URL.
O dear it happens to us all, I hear.
I presume you mean a link to a web page, inside a forum post like this one. After you hit the 'post a reply' button, just below the text box for your message there's 'Formatting Tips'. Click that (you may have to scroll down a bit) and you'll see how to format your link so that it becomes a proper link. Then you click 'Preview' to see if it looks right. Then hit 'Submit' once you've got everything right.
In Google you type:
BUT that will only show backlinks that have a higher PageRank value.
Yahoo's Site Explorer reveals more links than Google does.
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