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Tutorial 25: The Care and Feeding of Hyperlinks, Part I - HTML with Style | 7

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Tutorial 25: The Care and Feeding of Hyperlinks, Part I

Conclusion

Links form a huge part of any Web site's useful function. They offer further information and allow the user to get to where he wants to be. Using them correctly is important for the usability of your site, as well as the accessibility. Using the right attributes, URLs and style will make your sites more useful to users, and will allow search engines to crawl and index your site, making it easier to find. Done well, links will increase traffic to your Web site in many ways.

As this series is completed, we will examine where you should place your links in your documents and how you should lay them out on the page in order to make them more useful to your readers.

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Created: September 27, 2000
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