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Building links between pages in HTML

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To link to another document, use:

    <a href="URL">text</a>
This displays the given text, with a link to the given URL.

For example, if you place this HTML on your page:

    <a href="http://www.nmt.edu/">New Mexico Tech Homepage</a>
The browser will display the text ``New Mexico Tech Homepage'' and that text will be a link to the NMT homepage at http://www.nmt.edu/.
Next: Linking to a specific location on a page
See also: The Web's source language: basic HTML
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John Shipman, john@nmt.edu
Last updated: 2000/02/15 21:55:32 UT
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