Inserting a link alias

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  1. Taran_Las

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    Can someone please point me to the forum help section where it shows how to insert a link. If I copy & paste I get the full URL whereas on the previous forum software I could insert a word (or number of words) which would be inserted into the post as an alias of the URL.

    Many thanks.
     
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    Type the word you'd like to be the anchor link. Highlight the word/s then click on the link item above (chain link). Paste in the URL and click insert (y)
     
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    Keep at it Phil. Learning the secrets of IT isn't all that hard :rofl::rofl:
     
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    Graham, as usual I used the directive RTFM:D (but unfortunately couldn't find the solution).

    So back to another manual - Mathew 7:7 "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find" .....didn't work so I reverted to the red writing(y)
     
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