Is there a neat way to put a URL into the author section of a quote?
I tried (removing the brackets)
quote author= url http://lalala
, URL here /url and closure
... but that gave me the URL without a link as the usual "author" part...
Somehow, removing the latter /url places the link within the quote itself, but there is this extra url=http://left in the "author" field above the quote. There is also a single closing bracket left behind the hyperlink.
Is there a way to get the hyperlink into the author field? I wonder. (Edit: Okay, I tried but I can't copy and paste code in Firefox for peanuts. Sorry.
) You can see what I came out with in http://elliquiy.com/forums/index.php?topic=60139.msg2735578#msg2735578
at 12:56 am.