How do I link to other articles or my own hubs within the text, as part of a sentence?
Use the Suggest Links tab at the top of your hub. When you select words in your hub it will suggest other hubs that might be relevant. If you find one you like just click the + sign in front of it to add the link.
Highlight the text that you want to link to. Click on the chain-link icon. Paste in the URL for the hub or site you want to link to, or choose one from the drop-down list of your hubs. Click save. All of this works in editing mode.
thanks, I must've been doing something wrong before. I appreciate it!
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