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Creating Links in Content

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Nearly all Web pages have hyperlinks, or links, within the content. Some of these are text and are typically blue and underlined. Some are images. Either way, you’ll know you’ve found a link when your cursor arrow becomes a small hand, and you can click your way to a new page, another section of the current page, or another site entirely.
 
Wikipedia, for example, offer links that visitors can click for see related entries. Some articles use links to identify source material. Links can be used to take viewers from promotional information to a registration form. When staff names are mentioned in content, links can be added to make contact information immediately available.
 
Are you using links within your site content? It’s easy to do. Click to learn more.

Additionally, here’s where you can learn how to link to a newsletter.
 

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