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Hello. I need help in HTML. This would be my text: "See me on Twitter and Instagram". So how do I put a link on "Twitter" and "Instagram".  I know how to put on one but not two. You can use demo links. Thanks!.

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 "See me on <a href="http://your_twitter_page_url/" target="_blank" title="See me on Twitter">Twitter</a> and <a href="http://your_instagram_page_url/" target="_blank" title="See me on Instagram">Instagram</a>"

One way. Just put in the correct Twitter and Instagram links where you want people to go. Wasn't sure you want quotes but I put sentence in them.


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