WilliamsSonoma nonstick rib racks

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Griff

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That link works, but it's really long? How do I turn it into a one word link that folks can click on?

Griff
 

ScottyDaQ

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Use the URL button, then change it a little bit so it looks like:

[code:32z3zscx] Click me. [/code]

I surrounded the link with the CODE tag so it would show the actual code instead of making it active.

In the first URL tag, remove the ] and replace it with a = then right before the ending /URL put the ] there and then type the text you want active....so you get:
Click me.
 

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ScottyDaQ said:
Use the URL button, then change it a little bit so it looks like:

[code:21nosy1f] Click me. [/code]

I surrounded the link with the CODE tag so it would show the actual code instead of making it active.

In the first URL tag, remove the ] and replace it with a = then right before the ending /URL put the ] there and then type the text you want active....so you get:
Click me.
Who cares?

Griff I was getting ready to post the link when I saw you had done it. Thanks for posting it for others.
 

LarryWolfe

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Here's Griff's LINK compressed!

Griff thanks for pointing this out. I have one and they are great and fit perfect on a WSM and you can cook 6 full racks of LB's without cutting on the WSM. I'm gonna buy another for the other WSM!!!
 

Bruce B

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Griff said:
That link works, but it's really long? How do I turn it into a one word link that folks can click on?

Griff

Check out this web site, it is called Tiny URL and it converts all lengthy URL's into small manageable ones.

www.tinyurl.com
 

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I wasn't recommending it, just mentioning it, and showing Griff how the tiny url thing works.....OK with you? :) :)
 
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Gonna stop by local william sonoma store and see if they are available or is this online sale only?
 

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CrazyWhiteMan said:
Gonna stop by local william sonoma store and see if they are available or is this online sale only?
I got mine at the local....it was cheaper than the online price.
 

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