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Without links, where would the web be? Use links to take your user to a different page or website.
The term 'hyperlink' (the full name for 'link') was first used in 1965 to describe a 'trail' of pages with related information on them. Nowadays, a website simply can't exist without them. Fortunately for you, hyperlinks are one of the easiest parts of HTML.
The tag used for hyperlinks is extremely simple. It's just <a>. Surround some text with this tag, and you have yourself a link. Now you just need to tell the browser where the link should take the user.
The link tag has one important/special attribute, called href. It's used to define a URL that you want the link to take the user to. Here's how you use it:
Now that you know all about hyperlinks, try making your own! Don't worry, we've done most of the hard work for you by joining some blocks together.