Creating a hyperlink in the comments box
When making a comment here the URL requested above the comments box is meant for your personal URL i.e. your homepage (if you have one)--not the web site you're mentioning in the comment.
Here is how you can make a hyperlink in a comments box.
Just type <a href="web address you're linking to">text you're link from</a>
as in: <a href="http://www.upei.ca">UPEI website</a>
This example would like like so:
Posted by Mark Hemphill on October 7, 2004 | Permalink
Here is a great site explaining Modularity in reference to Modular Architecture.
Posted by: Brodie Cairns | Oct 19, 2004 3:12:09 PM
I personally do not have trouble creating a hyperlink as I just copy and paste the HTML tag off of a website, but is it possible to maybe implement a system like how easy it is to create a hyperlink in weblogs.upei.ca?
Posted by: Jeff Doherty | Nov 18, 2004 7:09:59 PM
Do you find yourself confused about modularity . Then here's a great site to help you better understand what it is, and why it's so important to the computer world.
Posted by: Andy | Nov 26, 2004 1:44:53 PM
This site is a school site that tells how computers are largely modular, made up of
Various Components that can be changed. As well, she points out that online courses will also be modular.
Posted by: Grace Cook | Mar 8, 2005 11:03:37 AM
Posted by: Zack Court | Mar 8, 2005 6:46:02 PM
Ok. I'm going to try this again. Here's an Interesting Site
Posted by: Anton Mikhailov | Mar 8, 2005 10:56:27 PM
I found a lot of interesting info in this
Posted by: Kent Blanchard | Mar 9, 2005 2:32:37 PM
The following source is an interview with Professor Ron Sanchez. In this interview Professor Sanchez responds to many question regarding modularity. The interview covers topics such modularity design, challenges, reusability, B2B competition, standardization and impacts on management.
Posted by: Chase Gavin | Mar 10, 2005 12:46:45 AM
Hey I don't understand this hyperlink thing. Does it mean I must a web-site of my own or what? I'll appreciate an assistance from anyone please...
Posted by: Afinju Moyosore | Mar 10, 2005 8:28:48 PM
I mean, i'm i suppose to have a web-site to be eligible to use this feature?
Posted by: Afinju Moyosore | Mar 10, 2005 9:00:52 PM
Silly me.... Thanks everyone, I got it figured out.
Posted by: Afinju Moyosore | Mar 11, 2005 12:44:42 AM
Here is a site on Modularity from our very own Weblogs@UPEI. Jarod, the blogger, describes it very well in lamens terms.
Posted by: Melissa MacLaren | Mar 21, 2005 10:40:48 AM
(Jason, you had it right...you just need a space betweeh a and href)
Posted by: Jason | Sep 25, 2005 12:39:21 AM
I found a good site telling about pascal modular software Pascal
Posted by: Amy coles | Oct 8, 2005 1:49:29 PM
I am having trouble with making a hyperlink on the weblogs page. I can do it as a comment on here but when i try to do it as a blog on my site it is not working. Anyone have any pointers?
Posted by: Jillian Banks | Oct 12, 2005 5:40:38 PM
Hey Jillian... I was having the same problem too! If you want to make a link you need to:
1. write the name of your link
2. highlight it
3. click on the button next to the italics button.. it looks like a chain
4. a box should pop up and you can write your web address in.
Hope this helps!
Posted by: Lauren Keefe | Oct 12, 2005 8:31:27 PM
Thanx Lauren that did help.
Posted by: Jillian Banks | Oct 13, 2005 5:21:15 PM
Also helped me as well, thank you.
Posted by: Peter MacSwain | Oct 13, 2005 8:53:39 PM
ah, the power of online collaboration. Thanks Lauren!
Posted by: Mark | Oct 13, 2005 9:02:36 PM
I really hope that everyone knows about
this great source that could be used by every student. If not, take an advantage of it now!
Posted by: Anya | Jan 25, 2006 10:13:26 AM
Posted by: prepare | Jan 26, 2006 9:06:56 AM
Just testing to see if this hyperlink works, this is a good site for Fantasy Sports
Posted by: Phil Reid | Jan 27, 2006 4:24:51 PM
Let's try this again, here's a good site for Fantasy Sports
Posted by: Phil Reid | Jan 27, 2006 4:29:49 PM
Posted by: Phil Reid | Jan 27, 2006 4:31:34 PM
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Posted by: Luke Sellar | Oct 2, 2006 12:33:12 AM