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Old Mar 6, 11, 6:15 am   #1
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Can't type www.blah.com in a post without creating a link

I tried to type www.nameofattacksite.com within a post as an example of a link that should not be clicked on. But FT won't let me include text that looks like a URL without creating a -url- tag (square brackets not dashes). How do you delete a -url- tag in a post without having it automatically restored?
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Old Mar 6, 11, 11:05 am   #2
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Put it between
[ code ] brackets.

Or, you can create the url and just put spaces between the www. andthelink. com.
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Old Mar 6, 11, 4:01 pm   #3
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or leave off the www.


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Old Mar 6, 11, 6:07 pm   #4
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another tip is to flank the url with noparse code

when you insert [noparse]www.horriblesite.com[/noparse], it appears thus,
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Old Mar 7, 11, 8:54 am   #5
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I happen to like Prospero's suggestion, but yet another option, often used to disguise e-mail addresses so they won't be harvested by bots, is to write:

www [dot] name_of_site [dot] com
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