I've tried to find some answers about how to get some blue colored words in a phrase, as to link to something else.
Like the title of a Hub, or the name of person or anything really. I know how to get in links with the capsule but I wonder how to just get links into my text, having the word -Bipolar Disorder- in blue, for instance.
She is talking about creating links.
You highlight the word or phrase you want to link to and you will notice a chain icon in the capsule toolbar, click on this and it will give you the ability to add a URL.
I did mean the links:-) Thanks for both answers though. I found it difficult to describe what I meant to say.
I know what to do now:-) Thanks!
I think it is like this
[color=blue] Text here after this close the bracket like this [color] put / before color at second brackets.
It will be blue
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