Xtreme the easiest way to do is is to use a html editor if you dont feel like googling up the tags, copy-n-paste the code but, again this site doesnt support html code. here is an example of what the code looks like for a statement that says "for the best site on the net Grizzlies click here":
to visit the best site on the net for Grizzlies Click Here! Rob knows far more about this than myself, I'm a aspiring Flash designer and not that good with old fashoined html.
it works on two diff computers here Xtreme, when you mouse over the link not only will your cursor change to a hand but if you look in the bottom left hand corner of your browser window you'll see what the address the link points to.
No sorry I did not mean your link did not worked, worked fine for me but when I try doing something like that all I get is the address to show up but I see it sounds like you are using a diferent program to get the code?
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