In HTML, links (also known as "Hyperlinks") are what enables visitors to click through to another web page (or other URL). The visitor usually clicks on linked text or a linked image and that's what triggers the loading of the linked document.
To create a link in HTML, you use the HTML anchor tag. The anchor tag is represented by the letter "a". Therefore, the syntax goes something like this
<a href="...some URL...">anchor text</a>.
Here's an example:
Check out Rob Roy Glacier!
Open Link in New Window
If you want the page to open in a new window, you can add
target="_blank" to your code. Like this:
Here's another glacier in New Zealand: Fox Glacier
You can make the browser jump to a certain spot in the page by using a named anchor. To do this, you use the document URL, followed by a
#, followed by the anchor name. The anchor name must exist somewhere in the target document. To place an anchor into the target document, use
<a name="..."></a> (and replace
... with a name of your choice).
In the example below,
Jump down to My Named Anchor
My Named Anchor
You can place the link code around an image too. This will link the image to the URL specified. Like this:
HTML Link Generator
You can also use this HTML link generator to generate the HTML code for your hyperlinks.