Ok I have noticed a few people have a light blue lettered link on their profiles that takes you either to their website or a few of their fav hubs. Could someone kindly tell me how to do this, thank you.
I'm glad you spoke up BC...and looked like the dummy!!! I've been wondering as well but don't tell anyone....shhhhh. And thanks Misha...a guy who knows the ropes.....and BC...you actually work???
That blue lettered that's what you call hyperlink. Maybe that's what you have to learn its on the technical side of computer. Just wait and some of our computer technician here will help you soon. Wink*. A little example is this you can download free photos from www.sxc.com ( see the blue link to that website)
With a chain link You highlight the piece of text you want to become a link, press chain link, and copy URL into popup window...
Thanks Misha will give it a try and thanks BC for asking as I was also wondering
Its called tea and lunchbreaks in the UK big boy, what do they call it where you live ?
It's called...I'm the Boss....and do as I bloody well please!! or something like that....got that mic yet? Bp was asking for you last night.
Finally, I found the answer, and it was exactly what I thought it was, it just doesn't work for me. I'll keep trying!
Highlight the text, click on the chain, add url and the words I typed should turn blue, instead I get a link at the bottom of my hub...hmmmm
Just tried it again. When I click on the link, it says "sorry, that page does not exist" What's that all about?
Very helpful! I just used this little tidbit after tripping over the thread in the Forums! Thanks to both asker and answerer! Cheers...
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