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  1. #1
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    Default Adding url's to threads

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    How do you add a active url's(I think that's what there called a web site address anyway), to thread's. I've come across some very interesting site's out there that could be of help or interest to some member's.I've seen plenty of people do it on this forum,but I'm at a loss as to how it's done.
    As usual thank's for any and all help received
    Rod
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    The easiest way is to use another window and go to the website concerned. Then cut and paste the URL into your post.

    Peter.

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    Hi Rod

    If you just go to the website and copy the the address bar and just paste into your reply and the board will automatically create a link to the web site.

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    There's a button on top of the reply window to insert a URL too.

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    If you want the URL that you have copied to the clipboard to be under something like this example, then you just highlight the text that you want to use as a name for the link and then do a standard URL insertion by clicking on the globe above the edit area and pasting the previously copied URL into the http:// area.
    Bob Willson
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