Recently, I published a hub and wanted to put up my another related hub link in it. I typed the hub link at the extreme end of the new hub but it did not get hyper linked.
Can somebody point me out the mistake I did?
Kindly help and thanks in advance.
If you typed it in a text capsule you have to make it a link yourself, by highlighting the URL and copying it. Then click on the "link" icon at the top of the text box. There you'll see where you can paste in the URL. After that, click "insert". I don't think it has this, but sometimes (you probably know this already) the space for pasting the URL already has an http: in it. If it does, just make sure you don't paste in a second "http;" with that. Again, if I remember correctly, the space on HP for links is blank.
If you typed the URL into a link capsule, you have to click on "add link" at the very end, and after you've added the URL. If I recall correctly there's a little circle to click to indicate that you will be adding a URL. Make sure that's filled in. You should see the link show up, with a description (etc.) once you hit that last "add link". From there, just click "save" (on the link capsule).
As Lisa said you need to highlight some text, then click the icon that looks like a little chain, and ad the url there.
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