How can you display a clickable link to your website in your profile page. ?
when editing your profile it has a link section. You can enter your website url but the name of the website is not displayed on your profile page just a little symbol that when clicked goes to your website. You can write the name of a website you want to link to in the main text part of the website but it only displays as text not a clickable link.
I think they disabled that feature. So the only thing left for us is the website link found in the right part of our profile along with our social media accounts.
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