How do i create a link on a new website?

Create a hyperlink to a location on the web. A basic link is created by wrapping text or other content (see Block-level Links), inside an element and using the href attribute, also known as a hypertext reference, or destination, that contains the web address. Links, also known as hyperlinks, are defined by the tag also known as an anchor element. The forward bar indicates the root of the domain.

Regardless of where the file is located, you can always use this method to specify the path, even if you don't know what the domain name will eventually be (as long as you know the full path from the root). Add an identifier to the part of the page where you want the user to end up. To do this, use the id attribute. The value must be a short descriptive text.

The id attribute is an attribute that is commonly used in HTML. In the example above, the external link is an absolute path link (external link) that points to the main page of the Computer Hope website, as shown below. To change the way a link to a web address, page, or file opens, go to the editing area where you added the link. You can copy and paste the address of a website to create a link to the site, add a link to an email to hide the link address below the text, or program a link on a website using HTML.

Creating a relative link (internal link) allows the link to work online or offline in a local folder as long as the file exists. You can link to most of the content on your website using the page tab of the link editor, but for collection items (blog posts, events, and product articles), you'll have to configure the links manually in the web address tab.