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ELinks is an advanced and well-established feature-rich text mode web(HTTP/FTP/..) browser. ELinks can render both frames and tables, is highlycustomizable and can be extended via Lua orGuile scripts. It is quiteportable and runs on a variety of platforms. Check the aboutpage for a more complete description.
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ELinks is an Open Source project covered bythe GNU General Public License. Itoriginates from theLinks projectwritten by Mikulas Patocka.
If you want to see ELinks in action check out thescreenshots.
Found a bug? Please see the feedback page forinformation about filing bug reports.
Current status of ELinks
The current unstable version is 0.12pre6, released on 2012-10-30.
The latest stable version is 0.11.7, released on 2009-08-22.
All are available from the download page. A summary ofthe major changes in the various versions is available onthe release info page
If you are new to ELinks you might want to check out thedocumentation page for hints on usage andconfiguration. Installation instructions are available at theinstallation page. For further helpplease subscribe to the elinks-users mailinglist.
Last Modified: 30-Oct-2012 19:56:01 EEST. Validate: CSSXHTML.
Links are found in nearly all web pages. Links allow users to click their way from page to page.
HTML Links - Hyperlinks
HTML links are hyperlinks.
You can click on a link and jump to another document.
When you move the mouse over a link, the mouse arrow will turn into a little hand.
Note: A link does not have to be text. A link can be an image or any other HTML element!
HTML Links - Syntax
<a> tag defines a hyperlink. It has the following syntax:
The most important attribute of the
<a> element is the
href attribute, which indicates the link's destination.
The link text is the part that will be visible to the reader.
Clicking on the link text, will send the reader to the specified URL address.
This example shows how to create a link to W3Schools.com:
By default, links will appear as follows in all browsers:
- An unvisited link is underlined and blue
- A visited link is underlined and purple
- An active link is underlined and red
Tip: Links can of course be styled with CSS, to get another look!
HTML Links - The target Attribute
By default, the linked page will be displayed in the current browser window. To change this, you must specify another target for the link.
target attribute specifies where to open the linked document.
target attribute can have one of the following values:
_self- Default. Opens the document in the same window/tab as it was clicked
_blank- Opens the document in a new window or tab
_parent- Opens the document in the parent frame
_top- Opens the document in the full body of the window
Use target='_blank' to open the linked document in a new browser window or tab:
Absolute URLs vs. Relative URLs
Both examples above are using an absolute URL (a full web address) in the
A local link (a link to a page within the same website) is specified with a relative URL (without the 'https://www' part):
<p><a href='html_images.asp'>HTML Images</a></p>
<p><a href='/css/default.asp'>CSS Tutorial</a></p>
HTML Links - Use an Image as a Link
To use an image as a link, just put the
<img> tag inside the
<img src='smiley.gif' alt='HTML tutorial'>
Link to an Email Address
mailto: inside the
href attribute to create a link that opens the user's email program (to let them send a new email):
Button as a Link
title attribute specifies extra information about an element. The information is most often shown as a tooltip text when the mouse moves over the element.
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Use a full URL to link to a web page:
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Link to a page located in the html folder on the current web site:
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Link to a page located in the same folder as the current page:
You can read more about file paths in the chapter HTML File Paths.
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- Use the
<a>element to define a link
- Use the
hrefattribute to define the link address
- Use the
targetattribute to define where to open the linked document
- Use the
<a>) to use an image as a link
- Use the
mailto:scheme inside the
hrefattribute to create a link that opens the user's email program
HTML Link Tags
|<a>||Defines a hyperlink|
For a complete list of all available HTML tags, visit our HTML Tag Reference.