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Teach Yourself VISUALLY™ HTML and CSS by Linda Wooldridge, Mike Wooldridge

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Chapter 6. Adding Links

Are you ready to start adding links to your Web pages? This chapter shows you how to create links in your HTML documents to allow users to jump to other Web sites or to other pages within your own site. You also learn how to add e-mail links and control the appearance of links.

Adding Links

Understanding Links 88

Understanding URLs 90

Link to Another Page 92

Open a Linked Page in a New Window 94

Link to an Area on the Same Page 96

Link to Another File Type 98

Link to an E-mail Address 100

Change Link Colors 102

Understanding Links

Hyperlinks, or links for short, are what make Web pages different from other computer documents. Any publicly accessible ...

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