Basic HTML Tags - Page 9

How to make make a link to another page or web site.

The "a" tag is used to create a link from one page
to another page (or to another web site). One of the "a" tag's
several attributes is the href attribute. The href attribute
is used to specify the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the page or web site
to be linked. Such URL must be enclosed in quotation marks, as shown in the
example below. In this case, the link specified "/~racug/page6.html#cat3"
takes us to page 6 (/~racug/page6.html) on the racug web site;
in addition, the link address includes the name #cat3 which takes us to
a specific location on page 6--named HTML and Homepage Design.
<html> <head> <title>Page 9</title> </head> <body> <center> <font size=6 color=red>A Sample Web Page</font> <table><tr><td align=center> <font size=4>An Example of a Photo Displayed on a Web Page.</font><br> <img src="kay3.jpg"><br><br><br><br><br></td></tr> <tr><td><font size=2 color=blue>This is an example of text placed on a web page.</font> <br> <font size=3 color=green>The quick brown fox jumped over the <br>lazy dog's back 0123456789 times.</font> <br> <font size=4 color=black>That sentence is one used many years ago <br>by teletype repairmen to test <br> their machines because it uses all 26 <br>letters of the alphabet and all 10 digits.</font> <br><br> <A href="/~racug/page6.html#cat3"><font size=4><u>Click Here</u></a> to find links to other web sites that<br> have free HTML tutorials and other aids for creating<br> your personal web page.</font> </td></tr></table> </center> </body> </html>

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