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How ya doin' Bloody-boy! Good news! I remembered where to look up the stuff about links and whatnot. Okay, you know how all this stuff goes between arrows, right? Like these, < and >, okay? Well, lets say you want to link to MY page, for example. I'm using my page because I need an adress to make this understandable, and I hope someone gets curious and goes to see my clusterfuck. Anyways, between those arrows you put something like this: a href="" Then, you type in what it's called, in my case, Horsefeathers!. Then, at the end of the link, you put /a between two arrows. It will look SOMETHING like this, but not exactly: < a href="" >Horsefeathers!< /a > Okay? The link will be kinda like this (hope it works): Horsefeathers! Okay, I hope this works and I hope your link works out okay, Bloodshed!

-- Justice (, March 28, 2000


YESSS!!!! It worked it worked it worked! COOL! I am some kind of goddess, I swear...

-- Justice (, March 28, 2000.

You make an anchor to a hypertext reference. Hence why it is setup <A HREF="">Then you write some words or just one and then you end it with </A>

So a link to yahoo would be setup like this:

<A HREF="">Yahoo</A>

Make sure you get the quotes in there and the full adress of the URL you wish to go to. The word you type between will be what you will need to click on. O.k.


-- The Man (, March 28, 2000.

Thank you both very much

-- Bloodshed (, March 28, 2000.

CDNOW hope this works

-- Bloodshed (, March 28, 2000.

ok - my turn to try. i'm sure you all want to discuss who the detroit lions are going to draft next month, right? well now you can...[if i do this right]

lions forum

-- torey luvullo (, March 28, 2000.

it worked!! thanx, everybody!

btw, i don't know if i ever mentionned the fact that i root for LIONS to celious. he would be so proud, i reckon!

-- torey luvullo (, March 28, 2000.

you can also anchor to other parts of the same page. you do this by using [a href="#target"][/a] around the text like a normal anchor and, at your target, adding [a name="target"]. You can call 'target' whatever you want. it works like this. If you click on these words, it will take you to the name of the target...

poop I think that should work.

-- B Campbell (, March 29, 2000.

enh I screwed something up. Here ya go

-- B Campbell (, March 29, 2000.

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