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    How do I make a link?

    like click here to go to
    a specific post,
    to a thread,
    to a place on the internet

    Mary
    Guess learning is a lifestyle, not a passtime.
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    Hi Mary,
    This had me baffled for a long time, but I finally got the hang of it. You can do it two ways:

    First way:
    1. copy the url of the page you want to link to.
    2. open up SomaSimple and make your sentence.

    (Sample sentence): "Here is a link to Google."

    Then, use a square bracket, like this, [ and use code.
    The code is, [ url = http://www.google.ca/ ]Google[ /url ] . It looks just like that, but no spaces. The site makes the code go invisible.

    Then when you send your post, the sentence will look like this:
    "Here is a link to Google."

    Second way:

    This is easier.
    1. Type your sentence and highlight the word Google. It will look like this:

    "Here is a link to Google."
    (pretend the word is highlighted, not colored.)

    2. Look at the little menu bar over your post box. There is something that looks like the planet earth, and it has a two-link chain across it. Click on that.

    3. A box will open up. Paste your url into the box. Click on "OK". Like magic, your highlighted word will be hyper-linked and you'll be all set. Your sentence will look like this:

    "Here is a link to Google."
    Diane
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    • #3
      here is a link to a tutorial on Relational Frame Theory

      It works. Thanks, Diane.
      Guess learning is a lifestyle, not a passtime.
      Those people who think they know everything are a great annoyance to those of us who do. ~ Isaac Asimov

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