We all know what a URL looks like. It has the http:// then three w’s. It is not the prettiest thing to look at.
Plus, when you are writing a blog post or working on a web page, you don’t want to see the URL, you just want your readers to be able to click on the link.
To hide your URL’s behind text, highlight the text that you want. Then click the button in the menu bar that looks like chains linked together.
If you love keyboard shortcuts, instead of finding that button you can type “Ctrl” + “k”.
This will pop up a window that will allow you to paste in your URL and the text that will be shown instead.
Click OK and you all set!