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How To Link To Yellow® How To

At Yellow® How To, we invite and encourage all users, webmasters and bloggers to link to any Yellow® How To page in any fashion they like. In fact, we’d be ‘over the proverbial moon’ if you’d link to us!

You can link to Yellow® How To using whatever linking technique you prefer; but to make your job easier, we offer the following helpful hints on ways to link to our site:
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1.  Add a Text Link to the Yellow® How To Homepage

The easiest solution is adding a basic text link to the Yellow® How To homepage. To add Yellow How To to your blog or website, use the following HTML:

<a href=”http://howto.yellow.co.nz” target=”_blank”>Yellow How To</a>

To add Yellow How To – How to do make, create, learn about, review, compare, build or fix something to your blog or website, use:

<a href=”http://howto.yellow.co.nz”>Yellow How To – How to do make, create, learn about, review, compare, build or fix something</a>

2. Link Directly to the Yellow® How To Page or Pages that Interest You Most

When linking to a Yellow® How To article, we strongly advise that you name the link with the title of the article. So the link might go to The Lazy Man’s Guide To Fixing A Computer Running Too Slow but the user would see The Lazy Man’s Guide To Fixing A Computer Running Too Slow. The HTML for this would look like:

<a href=”http://howto.yellow.co.nz/computers/internet/internet-troubleshooting/the-lazy-mans-guide-to-fixing-a-computer-running-too-slow”>The Lazy Man’s Guide To Fixing A Computer Running Too Slow</a>

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Warning:

yellow-arrow Please do not plagiarize or republish Yellow® How To content on your own site unless you do so strictly within the limitations as stated in the Terms Of Use. While we invite links to Yellow® How To, we don’t allow you to republish content from our site without permission. Please note that no republication of material from this site can be made for business or commercial purposes.

yellow-arrow Avoid using links that pop open new browser windows as many Internet surfers now use tool-bars and software that block pop-ups.

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