HTML Links:

In HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), links are used to connect one web page to another, allowing users to navigate between different pages and resources on the internet. The `<a>` (anchor) element is used to create links. 
Here is the basic syntax for creating HTML links:
<a href=”url”>Link Text</a>
Here, “url” is the destination URL (Uniform Resource Locator) to which the link will point, and “Link Text” is the text that will be displayed as the clickable link.

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HTML Links

Examples of HTML Links:

1. Basic Link:

   <a href=””>Visit</a>

2. Linking to Another Page in the Same Website:

   <a href=”about.html”>About Us</a>

3. Linking to an Email Address:

   <a href=””>Send us an email</a>

4. Linking to a Specific Section within a Page (Using Fragment Identifier):

   <a href=”#section-id”>Jump to Section</a>

5. Linking to a File (e.g., PDF):

   <a href=”documents/document.pdf”>Download PDF</a>

6. Opening the Link in a New Tab/Window:

   <a href=”” target=”_blank”>Visit</a>

7. Linking with Image:

   <a href=””>
     <img src=”image.jpg” alt=”Example Image”>

8. Linking with External Styles (CSS):

   <a href=”” style=”color: blue; text-decoration: underline;”>Visit</a>

9. Linking with JavaScript Action:

   <a href=”javascript:void(0);” onclick=”myFunction()”>Click Me</a>
   function myFunction() {
     alert(“Hello, World!”);
These are some basic examples of how links can be used in HTML. The `href` attribute specifies the destination of the link, and additional attributes can be used for various purposes, such as opening links in new tabs/windows (`target=”_blank”`), specifying relationships (`rel` attribute), and adding title text (`title` attribute). Links play a fundamental role in creating a connected and navigable web experience.