You will need
- - access to the Internet;
- - source address;
It looks like the basic tag for processing a text link in your blog or website: <a href="source address">link text</a>. In this design, the reference is highlighted in color (e.g. light blue or blue) and underlined. A new page will be opened in the current tab.
More complex of a variant of registration: <a href="web address" target="_blank">link text</a>. The link is still highlighted in color and underlined, but the source opens in a new window. This is useful if the link is in the middle of the message, and you it is important that the reader got to the end.
Continuing to complicate the tags for links, try this: <a href="your link" target="_blank" title="comment">link text</a>. In this case, as before, the link will be highlighted, a new page will open in a new window. If you hover your cursor over the text displays comment entered you in advance.
You can hide the text linkto remove the highlighting, and underlining. In this case, the transition will be possible only in case of accidental click. The tags look as follows: <a href="address" style="text-decoration: none; color:black;">link text</a>. The text will be black. If you need other color instead of “black” use a different color in English or in digital code. Link opens in current tab.
You can do the opposite: make the link text in one color and underline others. A Prime example: <a href="your source" target="_blank" style="color:blue; text-decoration:underline;"><span style="color:yellow;"> text</span></a>. The result is a blue text with yellow highlighting. Link will open in a new window.