A link is a link that directs the user to another web page or application by using hypertext on Internet (web) pages. These linked web pages can be on the same website or on another website, that is, at another address.

We browse the internet using these links, they are indispensable for navigating between pages. At the same time, links are a benchmark tool for Search Engine Optimization for Google.


It is exactly the same as the Bridge logic we use in Office programs. In fact, the bridges there are actually a oneb link. Adding links on HTML sites is done with the ahref tag.

Links are usually blue and underlined. Its view is Link, which means "link" in the dictionary, is a term mostly used in the web design industry, and it is the structure that connects various pages by using the hypertext tool.

It can be given to a different site, or it can be given to the subject or page of your own site. Various linking methods are given below as an example at the basic usage level.

<a href="http://targetsite">text</a>
<a href="index.htm">Homepage</a>
<a href="http://targetsite" target="_blank">text</a>
<a href="http://www.targetsite" target="_self">text</a>
<a href="mailto:mailaddress">contact</a>

The reason for the terms _blank and _self that we used in the 3rd and 4th items is due to two different opening styles. If you use a blank link, the target site linked to the link you have given will open in a different tab or page, but if you use self-link, the target site will open in the active window and the previous page will be closed.

It can be understood from the line under the link rather than the color of any article whether it is a link or not. The lines under any link may not be liked and desired in terms of appearance. A single CSS code helps you to remove the line under the links. The code ( text-decoration: none ) will suffice to remove the line under the links with known adapter meaning.