Highlight the word you wish to link and click on the link icon in the toolbox. Type in the link url. When you're finished with the article click save.
Use a hyperlink, or simply just type the URL or link in the article.
Whichever you prefer, If you want people to click and it take them using the hyperlink it works like this just highlight the word or phrase or even a url & click on the link icon form your tool box .
then a box will pop up and you will enter the hyperlink url ( where you want them to go) and click save.
You can also make your links open in a new window or even a new tab but I am going to write a hub about that sson
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Step by step instructions on the proper way to add a link and copy URL.
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