How did the WWW become so popular using hyperlinks
One of the features that made the fortune of the web is that, it is being formed not by words, but by hypertexts (another of the features that have made the Web is undoubtedly the ability to interact, but that's another story).
The links are "the bridge" that allows you to switch between text.
As such, the links are formed by two components:
|The content||The Resource|
|It is the visible part of the link, and that is why the user should always be able to understand what links to click within the page||This is another page (on the same server or on a different server), or it is an internal connection to a location on the page itself|
|"Hides" the connection (whether it's text or image)||It indicates the direction which you are linking|
Links pointing to other documents
Here is the syntax to create a link with reference to a web site:
The content developers are on
- Creating anchor to aim (
- Creation of the anchor connection you just created and reference through the hash ()
Before the arrival of HTML5 instead of the id was possible to add the attribute 'name', even though this practice is not deprecated yet, it is better to indicate the anchor via id because the document with a text/html MIME type parse the id before the name.
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