Links make the Web go around. Without the instant access to information provided by
linking from page to page and site to site, the Web wouldn’t have gotten very far. In fact,
it wouldn’t be a web at all. Since links are one of the most common and
control links, and how to open links in new windows and in windows within a page. In
addition, you’ll learn how to make links more usable by creating larger link targets and
navigation bars with multiple levels of menus.
Some Link Basics
You undoubtedly know a lot about links already. After all, they’re the heart of the
Web, and the humble <a> tag is one of the first pieces of HTML a Web designer
you’ve got the basics, later sections of this chapter will give you real-world techniques
To do anything with a link on a Web page, you must first select it. You can select all of the links on a page, just one, or a particular group of related links—for example, links that are grouped together in the same part of a page, or that share a certain characteristic such as external links that point to other ...
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