Wassup. my name is Justin and I'm going to be teaching you about Hyperlinks.
A hypertext link is a word or phrase in an HTML document that is specially tagged as a link using the anchor element, <a>.
By default, hyperlinks appear blue and underlined in the browser. You can use CSS to make hyperlinks appear in any color you like. An image or icon can also be enclosed in anchor tags and used as a link to another file.
Links are created with the anchor element, <a>. Anchor elements are container tags that encompass the text or image (or both) to be used as the link. The href attribute is used to specify the link's hypertext reference, or the target of the link. You can specify a fully qualified URL or a relative URL reference for any file, page or site.
A local hyperlink is a link you create from one file on your local system to another file on your local system. You create these types of links when you are developing your own pages and linking them to form a site. Your files can be uploaded to a Web server in the same directory structure you save on your system, so your file references can remain unchanged as long as your directory structure persists.
An external hyperlink is a link you create from a file on your system to a separate file on the Internet. You add these types of links to your own pages to reference other Web sites' pages. Creating external hyperlinks involves determining the full URL, including the protocol indicator, for the Web page to which you want to link.