Tuesday, August 31, 2010

How to add a link to a word/text (Hyperlink)

Hyperlink is a reference to a document that the reader can follow. In usual terms, it is a text that contains a link to it and to which you can assign a destination of your choice. If you still don't know what I'm talking about, I have hyperlinks on my page at the "Labels" and "Find Me" tabs. I have promised this tutorial to a friend, in particular, but I decided to post it here for everyone:)

If you want to use the words as a menu and assign the link to it, all you have to do is copy the code below and replace the "http://YOURLINKHERE" with the link to which you wish to refer, and the "YOUR TEXT HERE" with the button's name( e.g. "Home", "About", etc.)

Note: You can copy and use the same code for each button you want to add.

The < br >< / br > tag is used for the text to go under one another, otherwise the words will go on the same row(next to eachother). If you want that, just erase that part from the code.

Example: Jolie on DA

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