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Web site address not highlighting

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Hi. I'm not very techy so bear with me! I always have a signature on my Yahoo email which is a link to my holiday home for potential guests. I changed the URL from a website listing to my own new web site. Now the website address will not 'highlight' so it can be clicked on for access. I have also tried going back to the previous address & that won't work now either. Neither will it work in the body of the email. Yahoo don't seem to think it's their problem & the only difference is that originally the signature was set up in IE & now I use FF 3.6.8.

Hi. I'm not very techy so bear with me! I always have a signature on my Yahoo email which is a link to my holiday home for potential guests. I changed the URL from a website listing to my own new web site. Now the website address will not 'highlight' so it can be clicked on for access. I have also tried going back to the previous address & that won't work now either. Neither will it work in the body of the email. Yahoo don't seem to think it's their problem & the only difference is that originally the signature was set up in IE & now I use FF 3.6.8.

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The text editor is the text area that you use on the webmail (Yahoo, Hotmail) website to create a new mail.
You can compare that with the Post new message text area that you use to create a new post on this forum.
Just above the text area that you use to enter the message text there is usually a button bar with buttons that allows some text formatting like Bold and Italic and can also include a button to make a clickable hyperlink.
Check the tooltip of each button by hovering with the mouse over each button.

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Is there any Firefox extension or Greasemonkey script that can give FF the same functionality as IE on this?

Using that button to create each clickable link manually seems a bad workaround; sometimes I paste long lists of links in emails... I imagine I'm not the only one who ever does multiple links.