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Back-to-back linking in the WYSIWYG editor
How to insert two links right next to each other when composing an email or writing a Contract
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Written by Travis
Updated over a week ago

You may have noticed that when you try to use the "Insert Link" button in our "What You See Is What You Get" (WYSIWYG) editor twice or more in a row, that all your links end up going to the same place. The following short video shows how and why this happens, and how to fix it: 

<a href=""> is an example of an open HTML Link tag. Anything between > and </a> will be turned into a link (the above link is what the tags you see would result in). To learn more about HTML tags (and HTML in general), w3schools offers a free tutorial here.

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