How to add clickable Links/URL's to your Youtube video descriptions.
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How do I associate a "Word" say word LINK in my general comment section of YT and make it clickable i.e. associate it with a http text? writing the general http commend won't work, as I experience and I mean [url="***"]LINK[/url].
Can anyone guide me as to what is the right format?
No need because Youtube is retarded enough to recognize every god damn thing as an url.Check this out: suckmydick.it shutup.so... I can't write a damn comment without having an url unwillingly.It is annoying.
I have a small problem.
In some of my videos, the links in my video description are blue. This, of course, is kind of standard, and it makes the links stand out and makes them more recognizable as links.
But in some of my videos, the links are NOT blue. They just look like more text. They are live links; if clicked they do take the viewer to the desired destination just fine.
But I prefer they have the distinctive "click here" blue color.
I can't figure out what's different in what I am doing between the blue and not-blue links. What am I missing?
If im on some one else's channel,like im on yours now,how do i create and leave a link for my video in your comment section? (Id i want someone to be able to click the link and be able to look at a specific video on my channel)
i allmust finish a book and i want to name a url on my videos with the same title of each chapter so when people write the url so they can see only that specific video this is the example that i found in another book
" thebookofmarketing.com/video1 "" same title diferent video 1,2,3 how can i do that???
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What i would like to know is how do you embed or hide a link in a word, so that you can use any word to represent your link? For example you could say "click here" and have "here" be clickable and take you to the website. I have seen it done so i know it is possible, i just don't know youtubes coding syntax.
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