What we'll be learning:
- How to create a link to another Web page using HTTP
- How to create an Anchor
- How to link to email
Let's Get Started!
Once you learn this format, you can make as many links as you want to any other page you want.
Type <A HREF="url.address">Type here the name of the page you are linking</A>
Here is another example:
<A HREF="http://www.crpc.rice.edu/CRPC/GirlTECH/silha/Lessons/recipe.html">Cooking up Fractions </A>
This is what will appear on the page if you use the command above....
Cooking up Fractions
Normally, a click on a link brings the user to the top of the appropriate Web page. If you want to have the user jump to a specific section of the Web page, you have to create an anchor.
Here's how it's done:
Place the cursor in the part of the Web page that you wish the user to jump to.
Now Type <A NAME="anchor name">Add words you wish to be referenced</A>
Ok. Let's try to put that into English... Hold onto your seats!
Let's say I want to be able to click on number 1. from the top: How to create a link to another Web page using HTTP:
and have it anchored directly to the directions.
This is what we'll do:
1. Go to number 1. How to create a link to another Web page using HTTP
2. Click before the title and type
<A HREF=#give your anchor a name here. For now, let's use demo>
How to create a link to another Web page using HTTP></A>
3. Now move down to the part of the Web page that you wish the user to jump to.
4. Click before the title and type
<A NAME= demo >How to create a link to another Web page using HTTP></A>
5. That's it...You're done!
If you survived: How to Create an Anchor......This should be a breeze!
Allowing people to write to you from your page is quite simple.
Just use the following formula:
<A HREF="mailto:enter your email address here">Send me comments</A>
What this does is place the blue wording on the screen so people can click on it to send you a piece of email.
Here's another example:
<A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">Send me comments</A>
This is what you'll get using the mailto command above:
Send me comments
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This page was developed through GirlTECH
'97, a teacher training and student technology council program sponsored
by the Center for Research on
Parallel Computation (CRPC), a National
Science Foundation-funded Science
and Technology Center.
Thanks to the RGK
Foundation for its generous support.