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Links
HTML CODE APPEARANCE
<A NAME="thisspot">
Placing markers like this inside your web pages allows users to navigate easily to specific parts of those pages. They are not visible to the user. See the last entry on this page for a link to this location (which we've marked as "thisspot").
A link to <A HREF="http://www.somewhere.com"> Another Web Page</A>. A link to Another Web Page.
A link to <A HREF="mailto:Steve.Anisman@vtmednet.org"> someone's e-mail account</A>. A link to someone's e-mail account.
A link to <A HREF="news:nameofgroup"> A news group</A>. A link to A news group.
A link to <A HREF="ftp://sitename"> An FTP site</A>. A link to An FTP site.
A link to <A HREF="gopher://sitename"> A gopher site</A>. A link to A gopher site.
A link to <A HREF="wais://sitename"> A WAIS site</A>. A link to A WAIS site.
A link to <A HREF="telnet://sitename"> A telnet site</A>. A link to A telnet site.
A link to <A HREF="#thisspot"> a specific part of a web page</A>. A link to a specific part of a web page.
A link using a picture as the clickable object instead of text: <A HREF="sahtml.htm"><IMG SRC="../images/piano.gif"></A>. A link using a picture as the clickable object instead of text:
Basically, anything that you put between the <A HREF="blahblah//blah.com"> and the</A> will be clickable.<BR>
<A HREF="sahtml.htm"><IMG SRC="../images/piano.gif"> Some accompanying text</A>
Basically, anything that you put between the and the will be clickable.
Some accompanying text


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