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Oct 24, 11 at 4:36pm
Liverpool_96


Thanks very much Quierta.



Oct 24, 11 at 4:28pm
Quierta


It's not Neo markup XD It's straight HTML, and you would do so like this:

<a href="URL">Link Name</a>


So in your case:

<a href="/Articles/Games/Reviews/football_manager_2012/">FM12</a>


EDIT::: For some reason Neo keeps removing the neoseeker.com/ part of that URL :\ You might want to just copy/paste it yourself since I'm sure that part is necessary to work.




Oct 24, 11 at 3:41pm
Liverpool_96


I would like to link the review I recently wrote to my neohome. I don't know how to link using the weird neo markup. I'd like it to be viewed like this - FM12 - in my neohome. Thanks



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