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June 4, 2005
7:11 pm
ellie
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Martin, any possibility to name a link in the post without actual name - "this link" underlined, for example, which would connect to the site? May be i just don't know how to do it...

June 4, 2005
7:46 pm
Martin Christy
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I think you mean something like this: [url="/forum/faq.asp#hyperlink"]click here to find out how to make hyperlinks in the Forum FAQ[/url]

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June 4, 2005
9:56 pm
ellie
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NO, i mean typing just words "this link" which will act as hyperlink to a certain site. A link without naming a site address. Actually, it's not that matters, ignore that.

June 4, 2005
10:03 pm
Martin Christy
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mmm - I still don't know what you mean!

In my last post I didn't just make a link to the answer, I made an example of the answer - words, acting as a link.

You must enter the site address somewhere, or it will never work, but you don't have to show it in your post. This is exactly what I did above.

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June 4, 2005
10:21 pm
ellie
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Yes, got it, stupid me. It's last examples in FAQ in ur kind answer. Thank u so much.

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