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Article about: When I post links to other sites, info on the internet etc I simply copy the link and paste it in my reply. Some members manage to rename the link so instead of a long line of words, letters

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    Default Renaming links.

    When I post links to other sites, info on the internet etc I simply copy the link and paste it in my reply. Some members manage to rename the link so instead of a long line of words, letters and numbers, they change it to a simple title or a 'click here'
    How on earth do you do that?

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    Hi Adrian, when you open the post reply box as normal, you will see a range of icons. There is a blue one called "insert link". Open that up and paste as normal the link into the box. It will then come up in the reply box and a line of text will be highlighted. Where this is, just rename it with the desired text. So instead of this:

    http://www.redarmylivinghistory.com/

    I can convert it to this:

    Ade's RKKA re-enactors forum

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    Thanks Ade, I knew it had to be something really simple.

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    Usually forum has a special software which analized link and insert automatically the title of webpage into the post
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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