How do we add a link (in our post) to an on-line article?

@1creekgirl (11923)
United States
June 16, 2016 9:51am CST
Would someone tell me how to add a link to our post? I find good articles that explain what I'm writing about, but I don't know how to add the link. Thanks!
The snappish 4-foot Nile crocodile that Joe Wasilewski snared last year was an unsettling surprise. The Nile croc is infamous for its appetite for humans and its savage attacks on wildebeest and other large animals along African rivers and watering holes.
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8 responses
16 Jun 16
Hi it's very easy actually. Just paste the link in the comment or response or the discussion. And try to refresh the page after sometime the link gets converted into mylot link.
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@1creekgirl (11923)
• United States
16 Jun 16
Thanks vijay! I'll try it.
@LadyDuck (175653)
• Switzerland
16 Jun 16
I see a link added here, I think you followed the instructions given by @rebelann.
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@1creekgirl (11923)
• United States
16 Jun 16
Thanks. It was supposed to be with a previous post I wrote!
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@1creekgirl (11923)
• United States
17 Jun 16
@hereandthere Thanks, I guess I should do that.
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@rebelann (42764)
• El Paso, Texas
16 Jun 16
Just copy the url then paste it into either the discussion or comment. Just be careful there is nothing in it that would cause admin to delete it, they have rules about stuff like that.
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@1creekgirl (11923)
• United States
16 Jun 16
It worked! Thanks.
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@rebelann (42764)
• El Paso, Texas
16 Jun 16
You are welcome @1creekgirl
@Corbin5 (115637)
• United States
16 Jun 16
Glad your question was answered below.
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@JudyEv (134434)
• Bunbury, Australia
17 Jun 16
Good that someone has helped. I think maybe I won't put Florida on my bucket list!
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@1creekgirl (11923)
• United States
17 Jun 16
I'm sure it's a great place to visit, but watch out for the gators and snakes!
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@gr8nana6 (2190)
• United States
16 Jun 16
I see you got your answer as it is showing. I read that article and it is frightening that one of those crocs are still at large.
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@1creekgirl (11923)
• United States
16 Jun 16
I'm afraid it won't take long for them to multiply!
@Platespinner (17062)
• Winston Salem, North Carolina
16 Jun 16
I discovered how to do that entirely by accident when I included the web address of a site I had used for research. Clearly you've figured out how to do it!
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@Tina30219 (35568)
• Onaway, Michigan
8 Sep 16
I am going to have to figure this out myself because there have been times when I wanted to share a link and it would not work.