My name is Diane and I joined 2 weeks ago. I would appreciate it if someone could help me. I've searched the forums but haven't found the answer.
I recently wrote a hub called How To Budget With Gift Cards. I referenced another of my hubs within the body of the article. I couldn't figure out how to make the actual title into a link so I added a link capsule at the bottom. Is there a way to do this? Are we allowed to have links within the body of an article?
Highlight the text then click the chainlink button in the toolbar, the one that reads hub_link.desc
You can select your hub in the second field and click insert.
It's a good thing so I encourage you to do it.
Click on the link button inside the text capsule
This window will appear
Select your hub from QUICK LINK TO YOUR HUB drop down box.
You can have links in your Hub, just make sure that you aren't being over promotional and are at least offering helpful and original content.
I just tried making the link and it worked. Thanks for your help.
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