What is a Hyperlink? [1/13]

A hyperlink usually looks like an underlined piece of text; when you click on it, you can jump to another page, open an image or begin to download a file. So, if we imagine the World Wide Web as a huge network of many-many nodes, hyperlinks would be threads connecting all the nodes together.

Hyperlinks are created with a very simple and short tag called <a>. For example, here is a hyperlink to our site:

<a href="http://htmlacademy.org">HTML Academy</a>

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<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>What is a Hyperlink?</title> </head> <body> <h1><a href="http://htmlacademy.org">HTML Academy</a></h1> Courses<br> Profile </body> </html>
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  1. Use the <a> tag to create two more hyperlinks containing some text. Please do not add any attributes to the tags yet.
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