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HTML, CSS and JavaScript All in One, Sams Teach Yourself: Covering HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery, Second Edition by Julie C. Meloni

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Chapter 7. Using External and Internal Links

What You’ll Learn in This Chapter:

How to use anchor links

How to link between pages on your own site

How to link to external content

How to link to an email address

How to use window targeting with your links

How to style your links with CSS

So far, you have learned how to use HTML tags to create some basic web pages. However, at this point, those pieces of content are islands unto themselves, with no connection to anything else (although it is true that, in Chapter 3, “Understanding Cascading Style Sheets,” I sneaked a few page links into the examples). To turn your work into real web content, you need to connect it to the rest of the Web—or at least to your other pages within your own ...

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