HTML 5 Notes For Professional – Chapter – 6 (Anchors and Hyperlinks)

href

Specifies the destination address. It can be an absolute or relative URL or the name of an anchor. An absolute URL is the complete URL of a website like http://example.com/. A relative computer address points to a different directory and/or document within the constant web site, e.g. /about-us/ points to the directory “about-us” inside the root directory (/). When pointing to another directory without explicitly specifying the document, web servers typically return the document “index.html” inside that directory.

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HTML 5 Notes For Professional – Chapter – 1 (Getting started with HTML)

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