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  1. webdog

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    The easy way to do it on this forum is to type out the word or phrase you want to use, then highlight that same phrase and go to the toll bar over the text box. There you click on the icon that is a globe with a chain link in front of it and a box will pop up. Then you put the link address in that box and click ok.
     
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    If you are wanting to do this on the forum, such as in your sig, you have to use BBCode to do it. It is very similar. It would look like this, without the extra spaces:

    Supporter Sign-Up Form[/ url]
     
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    It's to attach to an email I send out, not for this forum.

    Bitsy, I tried that attached to my gmail and it didn't work. Hmmm...
     
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    The coding is right for anything that will take html coding, but in gmail, you have to type in the name first and then highlight it, click the link icon and put the link in that way. Similar to how it's done here on the forum.

    good luck!
     

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