1. Highlight the word you’d like to act as the link (or the “anchor text” as it’s called)
2. Click on the “Chain Link” icon in the Icon Bar right below the word “Entry” on the “Add a New Blog Post” screen or any "Comment" screen in a forum discussion or on a member's profile. (It is the 5th icon from the left).
The icons read “B” “I” “U” “S” then the "chain" (some people say this looks like a tiny hamburger – it is open to interpretation).
3. Once you’ve clicked on the “Chain Link” a box will pop up prompting you to fill out the URL. This is where you will specify which page you’d like to link to. IMPORTANT NOTE: You MUST include the “http://” in the link (don’t just start with “www” because it won’t work for technical reasons).
4. Publish your post and test the link. If it works, good job! If it doesn’t, it wasn’t meant to be. (Ok, kidding here, just ask Neighborhood Host for a walk-thru)
Yes it is enabled and I even gave this website direct approval which lowered the security level even more. I don't remember making any changes to my system but who knows what they do in these updates. I can't be sure but I think it correlated to a screen design change that you made where you have the "orange box" with the 3 choices in it. The system will not even allow be to log off now and I can't send a message to friends.
If I go to send a message to friends it allows the input but does nothing when I hit send.
AOL has been known to not being completely compatible at times but right now I'm not experiencing problems anywhere else.