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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