I don't understand how to place links inside the text of my hubs. I see some hubs with the words in blue that you can click on, but I don't know how to do that. Can someone please give me some help? Thank you for any suggestions.
Open your hub up into "edit" mode, then highlight with your cursor the text you want the link to be to. Once done, click on the "chain link" icon up at the top right of your editor and a window will open that you can place the link into, copy/paste your link into that window, then click save, and the link is then behind the text in your hub.
Some hubs with blue text are linked hubs and some are for outside sites. You can only have two outside links to the same site and not too many.
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