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Thread: customising hyperlinks
16-03-12, 19:01 #11
16-03-12, 19:07 #12
15-04-12, 12:45 #13New User
Location : dhaka
- Join Date
- Apr 2012
Go to your user CP for edit signature ,then type or paste in the URL and hit OK.
16-04-12, 18:47 #14
16-04-12, 22:15 #15
If you use Firefox you can also use the https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...don/bbcodextra addon to add the link to the text.
Also does bold italic etc. and even thread links.
Works with many forums and blogs.
09-07-12, 03:47 #16New User
Location : usA,california
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- Jul 2012
09-07-12, 15:54 #17
One is to simply type or paste in the URL. Like this http://www.rya.org.uk/Pages/Home.aspx
The other is to use the "Insert link" icon
If you do not see this icon then go to your user CP then to "edit options" and scroll right down to the last section and change from the "Basic editor" to the "Standard Editor"
You will then have lots more bells and whistles to play with including the "Insert link" facility.
When you want to insert a customised link Click this Icon, type or paste the url into the text box that opens, Hit OK, AND THEN while part of the inserted material is still high lighted in blue type in the words you want to appear .
The result can then be like this: http://www.rya.org.uk/Pages/Home.aspx
OR you can type in the words you want to appear in your post. Highlight them and then hit the "Insert link" Icon and type or paste in the URL and hit OK.
Last edited by VicS; 09-07-12 at 16:18.Sea Wych Owners Association: www.Seawych.org
12-07-12, 22:56 #18
This whole thread once again shows the idiocy of not having the Standard Editor as the default.
WAKE UP MODS