29 Things: how to create a link

This edition of 29 things is really easy to write. For this I am going to use a sample phrase ‘this is a test’ (partly as a homage to Coldcut) and a link to this site: renaissancechambara.jp.

<p><a href=”http://renaissancechambara.jp”>This is a test</a>.</p>

This is a test.

It’s that easy.

If you want to put a bit of text that appears when you hover over the link:

<a href=”http://renaissancechambara.jp” title=”…of the emergency broadcast system”>This is a test </a>

This is a test
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29 things for PR people

This was the post that started it all: 29 not-very-technical things that every PR person should know

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