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John Posada requested: <<To everyone who posts a URL to a site,
especially if you are selling something from it.... when you enter a
URL that starts with www, in most cases, it appears as plain text.
However, if you precede it with http://, it will appear as a live
hyperlink. If I have to copy the text to a browser and paste it in the
address box of my browser, I probably won't bother unless I'm
On the other hand, if I remember correctly, live links will be
intercepted by some e-mail software (Outlook?) and treated as spam
because of the risk of URL spoofing and phishing. That might not be
what you're aiming for either.
So maybe it's best to just ignore John and focus on the rest of the
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