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Super-Simple Linking:
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Do you know how to make an HTML hyperlink in a blog comment or on a website? It's easy. Here's how to do it!



By popular request, here are simple instructions for creating active links for online comments. Follow these step-by-step instructions, and you will be linking in no time. Basically, you will be cutting-and-pasting. Be sure to save your link codes, so you can adapt them for new posts!
Here’s a sample code. 
[ a href=http://simplysnickers.blogspot.com] SIMPLY SNICKERS - poetry prompts [/a]

  1. Replace the [ with a < and replace the ] with a > .
  2. Close up all word spacing. Letters and codes must run together without spacing. 
  3. Then you will produce this:
SIMPLY SNICKERS - poetry prompts

To produce your own link:


  1. Replace the http address in my code with your own post’s http.
  2. Swap out the TITLE in my code with your own post’s title.
  3. This will produce an active code link (hyperlink), as shown in the yellow graphic (above), which you can paste into comments you post, making it simpler for readers to visit and view your blog.
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17 comments:

  1. Thank you for the tip
    Here is my blog link - let's see if that worked
    Mindful Mimi

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  9. I give up. Here is my post

    http://www.beloveddreamer.com/2009/02/but-i-would-follow-where-you-lead.html

    love-bd

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  10. Thanks for all the helpful info:)

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  11. thanks for the tips - I think I just got it right (almost) on your next post -

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  12. LAN,
    I see why "beloved dreamer" had so much trouble. I managed to figure out what it meant when I was told that I had no "opening tag" to my hyperlink, but that part is left out of your instructions. Ooops, but it seems that I am smarter than you, even though you are so much older.

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  13. Just added a new graphic, in case anyone needs added clarification. Hope that helps with the hyperlinking!

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  14. Here's my link. http://kscollier1.blogspot.com/ Thanks for the post on 'V.' Good job! I'm A to Z-ing it today.

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