Could anyone help me make my URL at the bottom of my article "clickable". I have the HTML code but do not know how to set it. I'd be really gratefull. Don Maher
There is a linking option in the text editor. Select the text you want to link and click on the link to button then just enter the link in the new pop up window. You don't need any html knowledge to do this.
When you are in edit mode in text capsule, just highlight the text for which you want to link your url. You will find one icon in text editor which looks like chain click that icon and enter your url
I hope this helps
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