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Thread: Something to look at when you need a break

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    Power Poster Lacelady's Avatar
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    When you need a break from quilting, have a look at some of these:
    http://www.quiltingpassion.com/websites.html

    While I am at it, can someone please tell how I can make website addresses into links? Thank you

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    Thank you, I bookmarked it for later when I can sit back with a cup of coffee and really go through them :D :D :D

    your link came up perfect!!! :wink:

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    Your link came out fine. you have to give it its on line. Thats what you did. When you post it makes the link.
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    Thanks for sharing that.... :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill'sBonBon
    Your link came out fine. you have to give it its on line. Thats what you did. When you post it makes the link.
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    Ahhh thank you Bills Bon Bon, I have been wondering how to do that for ages.

    Enjoy looking at the site everyone, I only looked at one, and that whiled away a good half an hour with a cup of tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    I have to bookmark this! wonderful-- thanks!
    You are very welcome Loretta, I am still dipping into this site, and enjoying lots of the various places to go.

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    Just to clarify when you want to make a web address into a link you need to add http:// to the www.patchworkbyrhonda.com to get http://www.patchworkbyrhonda.com and that should work as a link.

    I was going to use website as the words in the example but thought I better not because I didn't know where that might go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Just to clarify when you want to make a web address into a link you need to add http:// to the www.patchworkbyrhonda.com to get http://www.patchworkbyrhonda.com and that should work as a link.

    I was going to use website as the words in the example but thought I better not because I didn't know where that might go!
    Thanks Rhonda, I'll get the hang of this computer lark eventually. Being so old, it's hard to squeeze any more knowledge in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacelady
    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Just to clarify when you want to make a web address into a link you need to add http:// to the www.patchworkbyrhonda.com to get http://www.patchworkbyrhonda.com and that should work as a link.

    I was going to use website as the words in the example but thought I better not because I didn't know where that might go!
    Thanks Rhonda, I'll get the hang of this computer lark eventually. Being so old, it's hard to squeeze any more knowledge in!
    Lacelady I just learned this not too long ago so I know how frustrating it can be! When I opened my first web site I did not know what a url was. When I called the help line for the company that hosted my site I was asked to have my url ready and I didn't know what that was! Then he tried to tell me how to do something and told me to copy and paste into my browser and he could have been speaking greek for all I understood him! I got so frustrated trying to set up my first site that I almost chucked it all in and forgot it!! This was just two years ago. I got my first computer and knew absolutely nothing!!!!
    I have had a crash course in computer over the last two years and there is so much I will never be able to comprehend!! Codes are something I know very little about and am scared to try!! I may wipe something out I don't want to!!

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