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Posted by Zandera on August 22, 2003

In Reply to: Making a link work posted by R. Berg on August 22, 2003

u: : : : : : What does the phrase "You're so full of it!" mean?
: : : : : : Maybe something like "You're crazy." ?

: : : : : No, not really 'crazy'. Here the word 'it' substitutes for an impolite word. See
: : : : : http://www.phrases.org.uk/bulletin_board/22/messages/599.html

: : :
: : : Must both fields (Optional Link URL; Link Title) be copied into, or if only one, which?

: : And to preserve the link in a follow up, the same procedure must be repeated?

: A link requires typing in both fields. "Optional Link URL" is for the URL of the page you want to link to (http://whatever). "Link Title" is for a short phrase describing the content. What you type in "Link Title" will appear at the bottom of your post.

: A follow-up will remove the link. To preserve a link, you must fill both fields again.

I tried this forum forum for the first time today and I just wanted to say "Thank you" for your prompt answers. I appreciate it a lot!