HTML Crib Sheet

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Because Christmas day is one of the few days when Indie writers can’t think up good enough excuses to stay hunched over hot computers in their garrets, and the time of year when they totally invest themselves in the overconsumption of mince pies while staring resentfully at their abductors, and probably drink too much eggnog trying not to think about their abandoned work in progress, I’ll keep this Thursday’s post very short with a couple of tips for those nontechie scribblers amongst us.

1. Create a clickable link to go into your eBook. Type the text as you want it to appear in your manuscript – the name of another book for instance. Highlight that text and right click on it. Select Hyperlink and paste the URL address into the box and save.

2. If you find it painful creating HTML for clickable links on your blog posts, go to

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3 thoughts on “HTML Crib Sheet

    teagan geneviene said:
    December 25, 2014 at 2:01 pm

    Thanks for posting. I follow Ronovan’s blog, but might not have seen it. Is this how you did the document for your Narcissus launch tour? It was quite well done, and made things very easy for me.

    Happy Christmas Jo, and hugs!

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      jorobinson176 responded:
      December 25, 2014 at 2:14 pm

      I posted this one on Lit World Teagan – my posting days there are Thursdays. 😀 This is how I did the tour post because it would have taken me days to insert all the code – I’m REALLY not good with that stuff. It’s easy as pie! Now I want pie! But I won’t fit it in! LOLOL! Happy Christmas dear Teagan, and HUGS! XXXX

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        teagan geneviene said:
        December 25, 2014 at 4:47 pm

        … I didn’t think the “writer in the garret” verbiage sounded like Ron… Note to self — have a full cup of coffee before reading/commenting. LOL.
        Give the birdies a Christmas treat for me. 🙂

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