The trends and styles of web design are always changing. In the early days of the Web, everyone used ordinary text links, like the ones you learned about in Chapter 6:
<a href="graceland.html">Visit Elvis</a>
Over time, these run-of-the-mill links started to look drab. Creative webmasters wanted more, and they decided to use small, clickable pictures, drawn to resemble buttons, instead.
Ordinary Picture Buttons
The most straightforward approach to creating a graphical button is to wrap the button image in an anchor, as described in Chapter 6. Here’s what that looks like: