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TechnoGeekery Show #27: Hyperlinks and Hugh Hreffner

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Today Chassy Cat reveals all: learn how to make a hyperlink–a link to another web page, picture, document– in comment sections of blogs and websites using HTML, and become a brand new member of the Secret HTML Club! Which, of course, makes you super cool.


Remember, Hugh Hreffner is the KEY…

<a href=“URL”>Hyperlink Text</a>

That’s all she wrote, my TechnoGeek peeps.

Music in this podcast provided by the Podsafe Music Network, with Remember by Black Lab, and Can’t You See by Ag Silver. A special thank you to goes out to podsafe artist Matthew Ebel for the Mommycast and Friends bumper at the beginning of the show! You can check out Matthew and his music at

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Cat, OUT.

4 Comments Post a comment
  1. Cat! Hey Cat?!?!?! Oh, CaaaaAAAAAT? Guess what? I got your podcast on iTunes and it worked and I got to watch it and everything and I even liked it! Well, I liked it right up until the very end when you called me a LOSER! Oh yes you did!! I heard you!

    Some of us HAVE to use the link button cuz we dun don’t know of any othur way tuh get that there link installed or what not.

    Still, I fell soooo smart cuz I know a hrefff, er, herfff, or hughfreff, um…I sure do feel smarter now!!


    May 3, 2008
  2. Crap. I forgot the http. Crap.

    May 3, 2008
  3. Thanks Cat! You answered a question that I didn’t even know I had. I always figured that there was just something wrong with MY pages where I didn’t see a link option, but that other people had put in hyperlinks. My myspace page is going to be WAY cooler now!

    May 7, 2008

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