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HTML Dog: The Best-Practice Guide to XHTML & CSS by Patrick Griffiths

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Chapter 3. Links

WE’VE JUST COVERED the T in HTML, but it’s links that give it the HT—HyperText is the method of moving between places by selecting links.

Figure 3.1. The illustrations in this chapter are taken from London’s Natural History Museum website (www.nhm.ac.uk).

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It’s really not very difficult to create a hypertext link; in fact, we’re only talking about one HTML tag here. There’s a lot to take into account with this independent little fella, though, from the way links are created, to what they can link to, to the countless options you have in styling them (whilst remembering that some restraint is needed to keep them as user-friendly ...

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