Is there a better way to make embedded links?
Every link I make has to to take up an inch and a half of space all by itself on a separate line and everying. Is it not possible to just have a single word in a sentence contain a link, in context? Is there some advanced mode where you can use HTML to do this or are we stuck with the widget functionality?
Are you perhaps making a line break? I've never actually used html, but I guess that the linking feature provided by hubpages is the one to use after all that's why it's there
I've been using it and it works well enough but I hate how it fragments a paragraph. I guess I'm just curious if you can do the same thing without creating a break.
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