How can I add a link to a site in a post. Where you click on a word and it takes you to that site.
If you mean in a Hub, when you are editing (or writing it), you highlight the word that you want to use to link, then at the top of text capsule there's an icon that looks like a chain link; click on that and a box comes up in which you can put in the url of the site you want linked.
Just be careful how many links to outside sites you place in a Hub. Too many, and you can be in trouble for an "overly promotional" Hub.
Photo source URLs are included in that count.
No problem. I was just clarifying, not correcting you, and I'm still learning too. I'm glad I could help.
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