Tom Gomez

Joined January 2008

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How To Add Links in redbubble

Links can be created easily in red*bubble*. These links can be used to point to some ones Profile page, your own or someone else’s BubbleSite, a specific picture anywhere in red*bubble* or even to an external webpage.

Example 1
For instance, to add a link to the Profile Page of a red*bubble* colleague.

1. Go to their Profile Page
2. Highlight the URL for the page (the bit that starts http://…)
3. Right-click and select Copy from the list that appears
4. Go to the place where you want to add the link
5. Type in a label and enclose it in double-quotes (e.g. “tomg” or any label you like)
6. Add a full-colon directly after the second double-quote (make sure there are no spaces)
7. Place your cursor directly after the full-colon (just click the left mouse button at that point)
8. Right-click and select Paste (the URL that you copied earlier should be pasted after the full-colon)
9. You have now created a link to the Profile Page

Using my Profile Page as the example, you could construct something like this:
Have a look at the pictures of tomg

The method is always the same:
1. Copy the URL of the place you want to point to
2. Type a label enclosed in double-quotes (NOTE: spaces are allowed within the double-quotes, but nowhere else)
3. Add a full-colon
4. Paste the URL

Example 2
To add a hyperlink to a Wikipedia page about Macro photography.
1. Navigate to the Wikipedia page (it is at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macro_photography)
2. Highlight the URL for the page (the bit that starts http://…)
3. Right-click and select Copy from the list that appears
4. Go to the place where you want to add the link
5. Type in a label and enclose it in double-quotes (e.g. “Wikipedia page” or any label you like)
6. Add a full-colon directly after the second double-quote (make sure there are no spaces)
7. Place your cursor directly after the full-colon (just click the left mouse button at that point)
8. Right-click and select Paste (the URL that you copied earlier should be pasted after the full-colon)
9. You have now created a hyperlink to the Wikipedia page.

It should look like this:
Information about Macro photography can be found at the following Wikipedia page

Any questions, just ask and I will be glad to help.

Tom

You can find all my How To Tutorials by clicking here.

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