Use this plugin to add text with links.
It is my plugin. It is helpful and fulfills all your needs.
Add an info about this plugin in your blog to help people who have problems like you have.
<a href="http://domain.com/how-to-create-a-post">How to create a Post</a>
Now I want to make the text into a link, and assume that the WYSIWYG editor would allow me to do that.
Can anyone tell me where I need to install the ‘steditor’ folder of this addin, in order for me to open it from the admin widgets page of my site?
Is that possible?
Thanks for any help…
OK… I just figured out how to do what I wanted…
You don’t need to open the WYSIWYG from the link on your site. You need only open the editor from the place you stored it on download and follow instructions from there…
The learning curve is steep at this point.
I am really green to all web editing stuff, and learn as I have problems doing what I want to do…So,
To remedy my original problem, I opened the /Add HTML-Javscript.php file, from my web directory on my server and edited the following line: <?php
Using IE7, and MS FrontPage as my site editor and FTP client, I need to open the Wysiwyg from Admin page, enter text, click the make link icon, view source checkbox, select all, and press Ctrl+C to copy…for pasting into the widget editor interface…
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