how do i keep my source link from dragging across the whole page

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asked in WikiTree Help by Robin Coles G2G6 (7.1k points)
recategorized by Ellen Smith

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You can enclose the link in brackets [ ] with a descriptive name.

Leave a space after the web link and then type a brief description, like 1850 census, then closing bracket ] The brackets need to touch the first and last letters. Does that make sense?
answered by Patricia Roche G2G6 Pilot (283k points)
selected by Robin Lee
makes sense,  thank you very much for the quick reply..  very helpful.
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you can put the URL in between square brackets, and the text following a space will be the new link

example:

[ http://www.google.com  Google Search ]

becomes this:

Google Search

answered by Dennis Wheeler G2G6 Pilot (395k points)

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