Hour 7. Email Links and Links Within a Page

In Hour 3, "Linking to Other Web Pages,"  you learned to use the <a>  tag to create links between HTML pages. This hour shows you how to use the same tag to allow readers to jump between different parts of a single page. This gives you a convenient way to put a table of contents at the top of a long document, or to put a link at the bottom of a page that returns you to the top. You'll see how to link to a specific point within a separate page, too.

This hour also tells you how to embed a live link to your email address in a Web page, so readers can instantly compose and send messages to you from within most Web browsers.

Using Named Anchors

Figure 7.1 demonstrates the use of intrapage links. To see ...

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