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HTML Links:

See also: Beginners HTML

HTML links are created by using the <a> </a> anchor tags. Below in blue is a typical link inside the anchor tags.

<a href="">AdviceAll</a>

The href part defines the link "address" See below for how this link would look in your browser.


The link above is a direct reference to which is the full web address. If you have multiple html pages within your website you would only need to reference the file see below in blue for examples.

<a href="index.html">Home Page</a> <br>
<a href="contacts.html">Contacts</a> <br>
<a href="services.html">Services</a> <br>

Once you have the files index.html - contacts.html - services.html created and you have the links above in blue in those files you can now link between the pages continuously.