You can use hyperlinks to easily embed websites and e-mail addresses into a text. When clicked, they automatically redirect the reader to the corresponding page.
Most popular word processing programs create a hyperlink when you insert a space after a web address. A hyperlink to www.allthings.me, for example, can be created this way.
If you want to redirect readers to a specific page of a website, however, links quickly become long and cumbersome, which both reduces the flow of your text and detracts visually from your article’s appearance. To prevent that, we recommend creating this type of link by using the button with the chain icon.
This lets you elegantly embed long links right into a text. Here’s an example of what this might look like: “Click here to find out who the people are behind Allthings.” - “We recommend that you contact us directly.”