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Jun 30, 2006 04:38 PM

Can we supply multiple links in a thread ?

Can we supply multiple links in a thread? Or are we limited to ONE link and ONE image only per reply? (Chowhound 1.0 only supported one of each). Is it the same here?

BTW, the timestamp of this thread should read PM, and it reads AM.
Would you work out that bug when you have a minute.


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  1. As many links as you want...see this example:

    I put five links in my one reply.

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    1. re: LindaWhit

      Very, very nice. We can now include multiple links. Excellent. Thank You.

    2. The timestamps seem to be correct for the Pacific time zone.

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      1. re: Robert Lauriston

        Definitely isn't correct for us East Coasties - Cheeseboy's post says "posted by Cheese Boy on Jun 30, 2006 12:38 AM"

        1. re: LindaWhit

          LindaWhit, thanks for backing me up on this. Our posts have (AM) timestamps when they should be (PM).

      2. I know we CAN add more than one link, but are we allowed? Moderators used to, at times, delete messages with multiple links in them. At least, it was sometimes used as a reason.

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        1. re: extramsg

          Seriously? I don't think I ever had a post deleted because of multiple links.

          1. re: extramsg

            We're not sure what you're referring to- multiple links are and always have been fine as long as they are in context of a post that adds value to our site. Perhaps you mean the issue that is addressed in this thread:

            1. re: The Chowhound Team

              Yes, that's more the issue I was concerned with. Of course internal links to Chowhound (all of which are dead now of course) were okay, but often it's resources outside of CH that you want to link, and several of them. My understanding was always that you could have only one outside link and that was it. But I'll discuss this on the thread you linked me to.