Creating HyperlinksFor this class, you'll have to learn at least one HTML tag, the one for making hyperlinks.It's easy to learn. Check it out:1.Make sure that your rich-text editor is enabled. Click on enable rich-textbelow the Body box.2.Highlight the text you want to turn into a link. 3.In the buttons below the Body box, click on the chain link button. 4.This box should appear.5.In the Link URL box, cut and paste your full URL there. Then click on insert.Your link will now show up in your test. Here is how you make links in traditional HTML coding. Still easy, but it doesn't show up with our rich-text settings and input format. <a href=""></a> is the tag itself without any information in it. Within the quotes, you'll put the url, or web address, for the site which you want to link to. In between the ><, you'll put the text you want displayed on the screen. For example, the url for slashdot is http://slashdot.org/. And if you want to make the word Slashdot a link in a sentence to the website in a blog post, type in, <a href="http://slashdot.org/">Slashdot</a> is a well known community blog site.
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