Not sure what you mean but if what you want to do is to create a hyperlink to a file, folder or whatever it will depend on the program you are using. For example, in Word, just type the words you want (For example, say you want to create a link to a specific music track from Coldplay - type "a Rush of Blood to the Head", now, highlight this and then right click and "Create hyperlink". In the wizzard that appears, browse to the file in "My Music" in "My documents" and then click OK. Thats it and you have now created a hyperlink to that particular file. When you click on these words from within the document you will find that that particular track will open and play.
On many OTHER websites but NOT this one use [url=X]click here[/url] where X is the web address and "click here" is what you want it to appear as
I'M dumb refers to me!....i dont understand your answer clearly....all i want to be able to do is to refer to my own music compositions on the web,but instead of long URL's id like to just write "my music" and.....this would be the link instead.
Not really i understand what u said just not how to do it!....do i bracket the url as u have done and add my own url,like the whole thing together and just change the url and "my whatever" depending what i want....sorta like this EG