I have two questions:
1. Am I allowed to include a link to my webpage in my profile page?
2. How do I make it a link rather than just a typed-in name?
1 - Yes.
2. Use the little blue chain link symbol at the top of the capsule, one (the complete looking one) is for adding links. The other (broken chain) removes it breaks the link.
Thank you, 2uesday! I was afraid of being "too commercial." I'm still new enough that I'm not sure of all the rules. I'll try it and see if I can create the link.
Yes and it is a great idea to do so (as explained above)
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