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I notice that when Kim and other Untours staff reply to new members, they have attached "links" to certain words. Can you please tell me how to do that since there is no link symbol on those "writing spaces" like there is on this discussion form or a form for posting a blog.

Say I am writing to a member on his page and I want to tell him to check out my blog or slideshow. I want to add a link to it so that they can just click and go to that page rather than have to look for it.

I see that there is a note on the bottom of the box that reads "supports videos, photos, widgets" but I can't seem to find a way to attach any of these.

Help please! Thanks.

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Sorry, Kim, I guess I am dense, I don't understand this.

Am I copying the page link (http address) to the page like if I wanted to link to my blog on Tuscany South . It’s page is http://www.untourscafe.com/profiles/blog/show?id=676822%3ABlogPost%.... How would I do that?

Thanks. Maybe I'm just asking too much.

Of course on this discussion, as soon as I click save it underlines it but I tried it on the member reply page and it didn't do it.
Thanks again.

to link to your post, i would do this:

a href="http://www.untourscafe.com/profiles/blog/show?id=676822%3ABlogPost%3A32781"> marlene's post / a >
if you remove the extra < s and the spaces, it should turn out like this: marlene's post
Thanks, guys!
I'll try the next time I post a reply. I may not be that html savy though.

Guess I'll have to get my son to give me lessons! (smile)



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