How does one "hot link" a file for your referal in an answer? : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

This dummy needs to know.

Thanks for help,

-- Watchful (, March 20, 1999



In the text that you see below, substitute a left angle-bracket "<" wherever you see a left-square-bracket "[", and substitute a right angle-bracket ">" whehre you see a right square-bracket "]"

Also, substitute the approach stuff in place of "" and substitute the appropriate text in place of "name of the URL link"; the text that you substitute for "name of the URL link" will show up in your forum message as a typical blue, unerlined hyperlink.

Hope this helps

[a href=""]name of the URL link[/a]

-- Ed Yourdon (, March 20, 1999.

Hi Watchful. Mr. Yourdon is correct. You can use your browser's "view source" feature on any page with a hot-link for an example. See ya! <:)=

-- Sysman (, March 20, 1999.

See also thread ...

HTML 101 000HxH

And/or ...

HTML Posting Techniques


-- Diane J. Squire (, March 20, 1999.

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