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how to do links in html

Hello you guys,
I am here to share the links html tutorial. Don’t you know how almost every page has a link on it? Well, I will teach you how to create a link that looks just like that. Here is what your link will look like when we finish:
example link.
Don’t click it because it will take you back home to the home page of the website. Now, if you want a webpage, you might just want to create links.

before we begin

As seen in the article of how I do my html symbols which you must read, you know how I do my symbols in html. If you haven’t read that article yet, your best bet is to do so.

diving into the code

Links will take you to different pages. Lets say you had a website, and wanted to put a link back to on it. When clicked, that link would take you to
We will now go threw a table with the list of links tags and there description. If you want to create your own tables, please go back to the learn html page and select one of the tables galore series.

<tdless</bolda href
this table is where the html and its descriptions will go
tag description
this tag opens a link note that you don’t put a greater than sign after the space which comes after a
hrefequals'()’greater in between the single quotation marks, you would enter a url like the format of The href equals is just the letters href which is the second part of the less a tag.
link titleless/agreater when I say link title, you don’t have to enter two single quotations to put that in between, you just enter it after the greater and before less signs.

Now, please try it yourself using the box below. I will email you if it is correct, or help you if it isn’t.

still need help?

Well, below I will type a link and then put the code that it uses next to it. Once again, I will not bold the signs on any example because you should know that that is what I will do every time.

my website is the link
less a href equals’’greater my website less/a greater

Now do you get it? Please go type it in the text box above.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. for more tutorials, please click here
Yep, that was a link! 🙂


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