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Web Page Linking Methods

The ANCHOR tag is used to create a hyperlink within a web page.



To link to a page within the same directory of your website, you only need to include the page name within your HTML code.

<A HREF="yourpage.html">Text</A>


When linking to a page within your website in a different directory, you must include the directory name with your page name.

<A HREF="yourdirectory/yourpage.html">Text</A>


When linking to another website, you must include the full URL.

<A HREF="http://www.site.com">Text</A>


Copyright Shelley Lowery 2002-2003

Web Design Tips is an excerpt from Web Design Mastery - An Internet Marketers Copy & Paste Reference Guide. Learn how to design a professional web site in the easiest possible fashion -- with hundreds of copy & paste codes.

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