Published on November 10, 2016 by Quentin Watt

In this tutorial I create a link to google, a link to another page and a link within the same page.

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5 Comments on "HTML5 and CSS3 beginner tutorial 7 – Links"

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Austin Chandler
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Austin Chandler
10 days 1 hour ago

Hey Quentin! What the point in using MAMP when you could just open the file in chorme or whatever browser you're using?

RVXY
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RVXY
7 days 6 hours ago

I want to know that too.

Ramesh Kamath
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Ramesh Kamath
12 days 3 hours ago

Hey Quentin: Nice videos. I am using Windows 10 and Sublime text editor. I cannot get <lorem to do what you have done in the Video. What am I doing wrong?

Lovepreet Sandhu
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Lovepreet Sandhu
28 days 2 hours ago

Quentin nice work . Can you define difference between html and htm extension?

Xufei Chen
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Xufei Chen
28 days 7 hours ago

very well,but there is not news,isn't it?thank you for your tutorials very much

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