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XHTML Tutorial - Links

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The following example creates a web page that has a link to a website:




<title> My list of jokes </title>




<h1>This is my list of jokes </h1>



<li>Classic jokes </li>

<li>Math jokes </li>

<li>Food jokes</li>






<li>Crazy jokes</li>

<li>Ethnic jokes</li>

<li>Golf jokes</li>





<A A href="" target="_blank"> Link to expertrating </A>




This is how the web page looks:

The background of this page is white. This is because style sheets have not been applied in this example. Style sheets enables a good amount of formatting to the web page.

Clicking on the hypertext link ‘expertrating’ in the example opens the website .

This is


In this chapter you have learnt:

  • URL is an acronym for Uniform Resource Locator.
  • Relative path links are those links in which the path to the linked file, relative to the location of the current file is specified.
  • Absolute path is used to link those documents that are not directly related to the current document.
  • An anchor is a piece of text or some other object (like image) to mark the beginning and/or end of a hypertext link.
  • Href stands for Hypertext Reference. The address of the file or the address of the website is given in the ‘href’ tag.


Review Questions

Question 1

What does URL mean?


Uniform Resource Locater

Question 2

The files that are located in the subdirectories can be linked by:


Relative Pathnames

Question 3

How are the documents that are not directly related to the current document linked?


By Absolute Pathnames

Question 4

Which tag is used for linking?


Anchor tag

Question 5

Which tag is used to specify the address of the file to be linked?


Href tag

What's Next

The next chapter will acquaint you with the basic concepts of images in a web page. The chapter will further illustrate how to insert and place the image in a web page, and describe image mapping.

Hop over to the next chapter to get a close up on images.


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