New Feature - Links
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+9999) 17 years ago
FYI, you can now add clickable Internet links to your forum posts. This is accomplished with the new URL tag.

[url]...[/url]

To use, basically just wrap a link in the tag like this:

[url]http://www.google.com[/url]

Here is what the above looks like in action:

http://www.google.com

Tags must be in lowercase. More information about them can be found here:

http://www.milescity.com/.../?fpid=258

Regards, Larry

[This message has been edited by MilesCity.com Webmaster (edited 9/17/2004).]
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+11732) 17 years ago
OOoo, cool. Bart will be so pleased.

Amorette
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Posted by Tucker Bolton (+3674) 17 years ago
Larry, thanks, I must try it.

http://www.tuckart.20m.com



[This message has been edited by Tucker Bolton (edited 9/18/2004).]
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+11732) 17 years ago
Funny . . . just the other day I was wondering why you couldn't make such links. It really is nice to be able and quickly link. Thanks for the addition. Ahh, now for the spell checker.

Bart, using his sister's computer.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17232) 17 years ago
Bart, I am surprised that someone as intelligent as you, doesn't first type his post in a word processing program such as MS Word or WordPerfect, check the grammer and spelling, then cut and paste the edited message onto the board.

So you are educating today's youth? I am slightly dismayed and disappointed.

At least your sister made a positive grammarical suggestion to potential posters. Thus far, word processing software in 2004 lacks enough features to tell writers when their paragraphs have turned to diarrhea.
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Posted by Tucker Bolton (+3674) 17 years ago
Larry, Thanks for a new, valuable tool.

Bart, get off of your sister's computer. Gunnar, go to your room.
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Posted by bsales (+286) 8 years ago
http://www.autoadvantagem...html


[This message has been edited by bsales (11/15/2012)]
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Posted by bsales (+286) 8 years ago
every time i try to put a link up it shortens/alters my url so then when you click on the link it says error..... how do i stop it from doing this?
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Posted by John Morford (+353) 8 years ago
bsales wrote:
every time i try to put a link up it shortens/alters my url so then when you click on the link it says error..... how do i stop it from doing this?



http://www.autoadvantagem...hands.html

This what you needed?


Or this will work too......

http://mcty.co/r
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