In InDesign, when you add a hyperlink to a text while writing and then continue writing after the hyperlink, everything you add will be included in the hyperlink. Here are two pictures for illustration:
As you can see, I added a hyperlink to the word 'hyperlink'. Then I wrote ' more text', which got unintentionally added to the hyperlink.
Now the only thing I can do to stop any subsequent text from getting added to the hyperlink is to delete it, mark the word 'hyperlink' again and add the hyperlink a second time. As a workaround, I try to type in the next space character after the word and then only mark the word itself before adding the hyperlink. This way, everything I write after the space won't be included in the hyperlink. But sometimes I forget to do that and the only thing I can do is delete the hyperlink and then add it again, which is somewhat frustrating.
Is there a better way? That is, either have new text not added to the hyperlink text or remove ' more text' from the hyperlink text without deleting the hyperlink entirely? I would be happy with a way to do either of those things. Thank you!