Sorry, guys, I'd search this better, but I just don't know the right terms. I want to link to another one of my hubs within my current one I'm writing, but do so where the title is in the text of the new hub, and it's just a blue link to the other.
I'm not sure what that's called, so not sure to look it up.
Anyone know how to do this?
Type the text as you want it to appear, highlight that. Click on the chainlink icon, paste in the URL you want to link to in the box that appears, click save.
While editing one of your 'text capsules', select the text you want to use for the link. Then click on the link icon at the top of the editor window (it looks like two links in a chain). You'll get a second window, where you can type in the URL of the page you want to send people to, or a drop-down list of all your hubs. All you do is select the hub you want your link to go to. Done.
Now linking is made pretty east, in the edit mode of a text capsule highlight the text and in the window that appears you can chose my hubs or in general and you can link to your or hubs other than yours.
This new feature makes linking very easy
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