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Friday, March 13, 2009

clickable link with HTML

This was a very interesting problem for me to figure out, because I am not by any means good at writing code. This of course will not work in the ehow article so I am going to use a "," as a separator. So all you will have to do is remove the "," and you will be good to go.

The first thing that you want to do is type the intorduction to the code. It looks like this. <,a, href,= Remeber you will need to take out the ",".
The next step is what I would call the easiest part of the whole process. I have to type the URL of the website that you want to link to inside quotation marks. Example. "http://www.peytonwholesale.synthasite.com" and then close it with a greater than sign >.
Now you type in the catchy little saying that you want for the link. To tie it all together you close off with this, <,/,a,>. Remember to take the "," out.
There you go a clickable link that can be put anywhere you can place html. I use it in comment boxes and on myspace. Thank you for reading another short and to the point article.

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