HTML Hyperlink- Tutorialpath


HTML Link tag is used to connect a webpage to another webpage.

Usually, by placing the arrow on the hyperlink and clicking on it, the user will jump quickly or instantly from one location to another location (within the same document, in another document, or somewhere else on the World Wide Web).

The tags used to produce links are the <a> and </a>.

The <a> tells where the link should start and the </a> indicates where the link ends.

The target of the link is added to the <a> tag using the href=” setting.

The example below shows how to make the word here work as a link to yahoo.

Click <a href=””>here</a> to go to google.

You simply:

    • Specify the target in the <a href=” “>.
    • Then add the text that should work as a link.
    • Finally add an </a> tag to indicate where the link ends.

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