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10-Aug-2009, 03:55 PM #1
Solved: How can i give a link to keyword at my article?
Hello,

If you can help me,i really appreciate.This should be simple thing for the right person who knows what to do.I would like to give a link to keyword at my articles.For example at the sentences below i want "life insurance" keyword to get linked to some website..How can i do that?.Thank you ery much for your time.

"Life insurance" policies are frequently offered through online companies, which specially deal in the same field.

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10-Aug-2009, 04:04 PM #2
If you are talking about a post on this site, highlight the text in the composition box that you want to act as the link. Then click on the icon that looks like a globe with a gray chain link at the top of the message composition box. This will open a pop-up box where you can type in the URL of the link. The TSG server will then add the needed code in your post to make it a link.

If this is for another web site, you need to follow their directions for adding a link into a post (if it is allowed).
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10-Aug-2009, 04:05 PM #3
No,i am writing articles and i want to get one of my keywords at my article to another website.When people reading that article,if they click on that keyword they will get directed to website.
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10-Aug-2009, 04:06 PM #4
How can i do that?
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10-Aug-2009, 04:08 PM #5
I think there is a kind of html code for doing that.What is the html code for get linked a keyword at my article?
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10-Aug-2009, 04:12 PM #6
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I think there is a kind of html code for doing that.What is the html code for get linked a keyword at my article?
I think this is what you want?

<a href="the_website_to_direct_to.html">The Keyword Goes Here</a>

For it to work, it must be inside <html> tags.
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10-Aug-2009, 04:13 PM #7
thank you very much.I am tying now.
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10-Aug-2009, 04:36 PM #8
Now i am able to give link to my key words.Thank you once again! =)
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