Want to share a cool link with your friends? Want to name it something other then what the link text says? Well here's how you do it!
First off, we start by finding a link we want to use....I chose to useESPN.com as an example.... so highlight the web address and right click and choose copy.
Then we create our new post and type in the text we want to use instead of the web address....and then highlight it.
You will then click the hyperlink icon located next to the A symbol in the posting box.
A new window will appear. This is where you will paste that copied URL we took earlier. If you did it right, you should be able to just right click in the window and choose paste. Then click okay on the window.
You should then see an underline appear under your text. Simply click okay to post your post and now you will simply see a line of text that links you to a website or forum.
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If you're interested in changing your font or color of your font.....read below....
Changing your fonts & adding colors to your text:
I'll try to answer this as easily as I can. Unfortunately, the forum doesnt really support a bunch of different fonts. The 7 fonts the forum supports are very identical in look and size. The way to change the fonts that I use is fairly simple. Type your post and get it looking the way you want. Then highlight the entire post.
If you dont know how to do this, you can do it two ways:
One, start at the very end of the post, left click on the screen, and drag the mouse all the way to the top of the post until all the text is highlighted. Two, go up to the very top of the screen and find Edit. In this menu, you can choose the option Select All. That will highlight the entire post for you.
Once you have the post highlighted, then go to the Font Face drop box and change it to what you want out of the group.....you can also change the color and font size without having to reselect the text IF you dont click on anything else in the post. Simply click on the drop down menu's and the color box.
Here's an example of what the fonts look like etc...
Times New Roman
Microsoft Sans Serif
I hope this helps!