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Drag and Drop Hyperlinks in Safari: Save 10 Steps!

If you do a lot of blogging, you'll need to add hyperlinks to your posts. You can always do it old school:
Open a browser window for your new post and another window for the page that you want to link to in your post.Select the text of hyperlink and copy it (Cmd - C)Switch windows (Cmd-`) or browser tabs (Ctrl - Tab) to your postThen paste it into your post without formatting (Cmd - Opt - Shift - V). In desperate circumstances, you can also type it out by hand.Switch back to the original browser window (Cmd-`) or browser tab (Ctrl - Tab)Select the link address (Cmd - L)Copy the link (Cmd - C)Switch windows (Cmd-`) or browser tabs (Ctrl - Tab) back to your post.Select the text you pasted before.Click the Insert Hyperlink button.Paste (Cmd - V) the link into the hyperlink field.Click OK.Wow, that's 12 steps or more. Instead, you can use Safari: Open a browser window for your new post and another window for the page that you want to link to in your post.Click and drag the site ico…

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