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☞ How to Create a Link (Hyperlink) in html - IndianCreator


How to Create a Link (Hyperlink) in html - IndianCreator
How to Create a Hyperlink


Link (Website: link) is a link between one site's address and another site by linking the site's address in a text or in a picture. So friends, when you click on a text / image that contains a link then you will be directed to the destination page, it can be on the browser tab that you are visiting or on a new browser tab, depending on the command that the link is.  If the text / image is just plain text, then it is not a link.

Here I will give an example of a text link.  Usually a link in the text is blue with a note that the link is not modified by the link maker.  For example the link itself like this: How to make a link on the website.  Please click on the link and the results you will visit this page again.  You can also navigate to external sites with a few commands.






It's easy to make a link on a website with text, just enter the following code:


<a href="Link Destination" title=" Title Achor Link"> Anchor Link Name </a>


If exemplified, for example the purpose of the link will point to www.indiancreator.in with the name of the anchor IndianCreator, it will be as follows:

<a href="https://www.indiancreator.in" title="IndianCreator"> Indian Creator </a>


And if you want when the link is clicked open a new tab, all you have to do is enter the target = "_ blank" attribute on the created link.  If combined it would be as follows:


<a href="https://www.indiancreator.in" title="IndianCreator" target="_blank"> IndianCreator </a> 





Equally easy to make a link on a website with an image, almost the same as the text but we change a little to place the image attributes, more or less like the following:



<a href="Link Destination" title=" Title Achor Link"> <img src = "Image Link" alt = "Image Name" /> </a>



If exemplified, for example the destination link will lead to  www.indiancreator.in with the name anchor IndianCreator, and IndianCreator images. Then it will be as follows:


<a href="https://www.indiancreator.in" title="IndianCreator"> <img src = "https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-e8WnyzHVdJQ/XrkxqmvlGmI/AAAAAAAAAdQ/vS6c5pNQwtAti1RFXEPsOpxSiV4ARD31QCK4BGAsYHg/Mahakal%2BPhoto466665.jpeg "alt =" IndianCreator "/> </a>



And if you want when the link with the image is clicked open a new tab, all you have to do is enter the target = "_ blank" attribute on the link created.  Now for the link with this image, the name of the anchor is removed because the results will fall apart in the output, even though it could actually be included.



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