HTML Anchor Tag “a href” Link
An HTML anchor tag <a> is used to define visible link (text or image) that can click to jump another internal or external webpage. These links are known as hyperlinks which refer to further information on another webpage. Search engines use this HTML tag in order to determine the subject matter of the linked target.
Hreflang, download, target, title, href, and name are the important attribute of the anchor tag.
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HTML Anchor Tag <a href>, Example
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Anchot Tag</title> </head> <body> <a href="https://khyberacademy.com">Visit: Khyber Academy</a> </body> </html>
Default Appearance Anchor Link <a href>:
- An unvisited link is underlined and blue.
- A visited link is underlined and purple.
- An active link is underlined and red.
Browser Supports <a href> tag:
- Inter Explorer (all)
- Google Chrome (all)
- Firefox (all)
- Safari (all)
- Opera (all)