Hour 3. Linking to Other Web Pages

In the previous two hours you learned how to create an HTML page with some text on it. However, to make it a "real" Web page you need to connect it to the rest of the World Wide Web—or at least to your own personal or corporate web of pages.

This hour shows you how to create hypertext links— those words that take you from one Web page to another when you click them with your mouse. You learn how to create links that go to another part of the same page in Hour 7, "Email Links and Links Within a Page."

Although the same HTML tag you study in this hour is also used to make graphics images into clickable links, graphical links aren't explicitly discussed here. You'll find out about those in Hour 10, "Putting Graphics ...

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