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General => Forum News => Topic started by: casper on December 30, 2006, 09:24:44 PM

Title: Adding links in your post
Post by: casper on December 30, 2006, 09:24:44 PM
You can add a link to your posts in two ways
Option1
Add the link as a complete url and add the link tags around it - enter the url (website) then highlight it and click the 'Insert Hyperlink' icon - 3rd icon from left, just above the line of smilies. This will give:
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[url]www.dalesplanes.co.uk[/url]which looks like
www.dalesplanes.co.uk (http://www.dalesplanes.co.uk)

Option2
You can insert text to be clicked to go to the website:
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[url=http://www.dalesplanes.co.uk]Click here to go to Dalesplanes[/url]Will look like so
Click here to go to Dalesplanes (http://www.dalesplanes.co.uk)
Title: Re: Adding links in your post
Post by: vortex003 on April 18, 2009, 07:15:33 AM
I tried to copy and paste a link into a post this morning and i got a message saying 'Sorry this function has been disabled by the webpage' ??? ???
Title: Re: Adding links in your post
Post by: casper on April 18, 2009, 11:15:14 AM
Can you try and pm me the link so that I can see why?
Title: Re: Adding links in your post
Post by: vortex003 on April 18, 2009, 01:07:53 PM
Hmmm.
It doesn't seem to be possible to copy and paste from any site.I made screenshots of both the link and the error message and uploaded both to Photobucket,but i can't copy and paste those links (or any other text) into my messages either.
I did try test messages on other forums and don't have the same problem.

Are you able to copy and paste text into a message at your end??

Title: Re: Adding links in your post
Post by: Dave on April 18, 2009, 01:41:46 PM
It doesn't seem to allow you to right click on the website pages. For example, I went to right click on a thread on the homepage in order to open it in another window/tab and got the same message - 'Sorry this function has been disabled by the webpage'. A temporary problem which has happened once or twice before.

As for copying and pasting which required the right click, perhaps ctrl+C for copying and ctrl+V might get around the problem?
Title: Re: Adding links in your post
Post by: casper on April 18, 2009, 01:56:22 PM
Sorry folk, forgot I added a wee script that disables right clicking on the site - more for the gallery and images that are posted, making them harder to nick :) All keyboard shortcuts should work though

Crt + C - Copy
Crt + V - Paste
Title: Re: Adding links in your post
Post by: vortex003 on April 18, 2009, 02:16:29 PM
Oh no :-X
I don't actually mind people saving my images onto their PC - and the watermark is there to hopefully stop any potential abuse of image use.
Having to use the keyboard instead of the mouse seems like a bit of a pain. :-\