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HTML: A Beginner’s Guide 5/E by Wendy Willard

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Chapter 7
Working with Links
Key Skills & Concepts
    Add Links to Other Web Pages
    Add Links to Sections Within the Same Web Page
    Add Links to Email Addresses and Downloadable Files
    Recognize Effective Links
    Style Links
    Customize Links by Setting the Tab Order, Keyboard Shortcut, and Target Window
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The crux of HTML is its capability to reference countless other pieces of information easily on the Internet. This is evident because the first two letters in the acronym HTML stand for hypertext, or text that is linked to other information.
HTML enables us to link to other web pages, as well as graphics, multimedia, email ...

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