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HTML Tags | Adding a link in HTML

Adding a link in HTML is fairly simple all we need to do is add the file location and link title in between the opening and closing <a> tags.
like this:

<a href="">Link to my Blog</a>

The above code will be rendered in a browser like this:

Adding a link in HTML

After adding the above code the browser will change appearance of the link, the text color will be changed to blue and text will be also underlined this is the default behavior by browsers to indicate links. To style this links to appear the way you want please read the tutorial on “how to style links”.

In the HTML Code<a href="">Link to my Blog</a>
<a> stands for Anchor text , “href” attribute specifies the file path .


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