Chapter 6. Links and Navigation

If you have ever surfed the web, you know how convenient it is to simply click some underlined text and be magically transported to a new place on the Internet that gives you the information you desire. These hyperlinks are both simple to create and extremely powerful. You will need to know how to create this navigation technique to build a useful website.

The Basics of Links

To use links effectively, you first need to know how they work in the browser and how Dreamweaver MX 2004 handles them. The following sections look at the anchor (a) tag, what it can do, and how Dreamweaver can help you insert and manage your links.

How Links Work in ...

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