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The Millionaires Club - Adding Links

There are now two possible ways to add links to external websites.

1. Just type the URL of the site (must start with http://) ie. just enter http://www.bbc.co.uk and the site will convert it into a link for you.

2. If you want to give a title to the link and not show the URL, use the HTML <a></a> command and place it in your post.

How to use <a>

In order to post link on the site, you need to know the URL of the website.

In the message you are posting, type "<a href=" and then the URL of the website. After the URL you need to enter and quote mark and the closing angled bracket (">).

Then you enter the text for the link, for instance "Click here to visit the website" or "My Website" something like that. After the title, enter a </a> to close the link.

For instance to link to the BBC website:
Visit the BBC Website

Your message will include the code;
<a href="http://www.bbc.co.uk">Visit the BBC Website</a>

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