For those not following, Jay's video on How to create a link
] does over it. There are a few ways to go about it but the nuts and bolts of it are there.Following this post
is a step-by-step with images.
My mouse in squeaky so I do it different ways depending on my frustration level.
In these posts here, you'll see using the link with a word or series of words, lets the reader know where the link is coming from. (See image #1) If the link is coming from Stovebolt, nothing added in that link line. (See image #2)
Knowing where the link came from helps alert the reader. Sometimes that helps in the reader finding their way back home to Stovebolt ... or we lose them for awhile.
One tip that may help when "highlighting" anything: one click on a word "selects" the word. Rapid fire click (usually 3 for me) will "select" the entire line. In the URL window, if the entire line doesn't seem to "select," just try the rapid fire click, then control-c.
Of course, you can always drag the mouse curser to get what you are wanting. Sometimes for me, doing it that way, I leave off the first number or letter. See mouse issues above.